We’ve had a crack at this previously, but it was a while ago and it’s a brand new day, so why not. What IS ‘negative space’ in photography? Very basically it’s using the open space in an image to draw focus to the subject – your eyes pretty much can’t help but be drawn from the nothingness to the subject.
This week your challenge comes from Sharon Williams a member of our Facebook Group (you should join!) …and after you join you should suggest a challenge (or suggest one in the comments under this post if you don’t do the Facebook thing)
Remember! One photo per challenge, make sure you tag it #dPSWeeklyChallenge and #dPSNegativeSpace if you’re sharing on social media.
The white expanse of the table with the simple but eye-catching coffee above is a great example, But it’s not one of mine, the photo below is one of mine (Drone, Mavic 2 Pro) and I think perhaps I went a bit far, the surfer almost too small to find… What do you think? Anyway… gives me the chance to do better this week!
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