Am image maximalist and an equipment minimalist.
^ What the heck does that mean?!?!
Just that the tools a photographer uses, the settings used in any individual photograph, and the processing methodology used are necessary parts of the creation of the 'performance' (to borrow from Ansel Adams) of an image. But only that.
Talk to me about the image itself.....it's strong points, it's weak points, it's composition or lighting, any emotions it evokes, and we can talk forever. Talk to me about the camera used to make the image or settings used, and watch me s-n-O-R--E-!
Though I have an appreciation for any well crafted 'performance', I tend to follow Landscape photographers mostly, some architectural, with an occasional wildlife or street shooter thrown in.
My own work shared here on G+ is almost exclusively some variation of the 'Landscape' genre. I wish the time existed to delve into others, but available time is barely sufficient to quench the thirst for landscapes.
My photographic bucket list would include generation of 2 books....one an 'Out My Front Door' making full of images taken on my own 1.3 acres of property, and the 2nd a 'My Fifty States' concoction with at least one high quality image shot in each of the 50 states that make up the USofA. The latter is not a 'patriotic' thing.....just something I believe would be a satisfying personal achievement.
P.S. - B&W Rules!