Inspired by Lens-Artists Challenge #114: Negative Space
This week we will explore negative space in photography. Negative space is the area around the main subject of your photograph. This space is empty or unoccupied.
Negative space shows up in many of my photographs.
I like to use it to accent flowers as they wait for the afternoon sun to make an entrance in the dining room.
And then…many shots later…the fun with editing begins. Sometimes by altering the surrounding space around the image.
I will attempt to use one of the (sliding) block editor features to compare two different versions.
Well, that’s the magic “before and after” block for what it’s worth! (never mind how long it took to get that to work, but there it is)
Negative space also shows up when I am taking pictures looking down:
…when I’m looking up:
And when I’m looking out the window of an airplane (hard to remember those anymore)…looking forward to Christmas with my family.