Tags: negative space
Negative Space Blossom
I was rummaging through my photos and noticed I have a flower shot that may fit the challenge! It's a shot of a white blossom taken just down the road from here which was growing from a small bush. I wanted to contrast it with an expanse of blank blue sky as I thought that would bring it out. Did it work you think?
A little clearer on the Negative, Thanks!
Negative Space Challenge
Here are a couple of shots for the challenge. I am interested in your thoughts on the use of negative space.
Egret at Tule Lake
Sailboat in Puget Sound. (This is a poor scan of a slide with the boat a bit out of focus so don't worry about commenting on that. Comments on composition and neg space solicited).
Grass clump on Willow Creek
The World is FULL of Negative Space!
First of all, I'd like to Thank Ashton for this challenge. It's one that I think a number of us Listen Up! (myself definitely) had to think about. So, I started looking around Chucky and trying to find some of the things that you defined so well.
Sometimes things just have to almost jump out at you Bag to get your attention. But then, I decided that I could relax a little Bench enjoy the scenery a little, Turtles and then get back in the game Batter . After all, it only has to be as confusing as we make it Underbrush ,,,,, Right?
So, here's a couple that I came up with, that I think work for this. Thanks for looking!
Challenge: Bi-Weekly Challenge - Negative Space
Thank you to Momof3pics for the “Good Bad and Ugly” Challenge and thanks to all that participated!!
There are many elements that work together to create a pleasing photograph. Not the least being Negative space. Negative space is all the space inside the picture that is not the subject. The edges of any picture form a frame for that picture. Within that frame, the subject is considered the positive area; the rest is called negative space.. Negative space is used to “Frame” a subject and how we use that frame helps make the photo stand out.
Negative space can be used to create and interesting different look of the subject as with a silhouette. Negative space frames a shot and if used properly can make a plain shot an interesting shot. Negative space can be used to show expense/size. The composition of the photo can be used to make the negative space mimic the features of the subject, such as dividing the sky into angles and lines. It can even be a pleasing frame for the subject. And last but certainly not least negative space can even add to the mood of a photo.
Now that I have shared some of my negative space lets see yours!!