Mar 3, 2011

Positive Effect of Negative Spaces in Photography

negative space in photographyNegative space can give your photograph an entirely different impression than the other photograph of the same subject. The absence of content does not mean the absence of interest. In other words, negative space often adds interest as it can place a stronger emphasis on the subject and it can induce emotions more effectively. Negative space not only brings simplicity to a photograph but it also leaves a nice area that can be filled with text or boxes without taking away from the object in spotlight. Here are some exceptionally beautiful examples of using negative space in photography.

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Positive Effect of Negative Spaces in Photography


Oranges and Yellows on Blue
negative space in photography

Marina Del Ray
negative space in photography

Music
negative space in photography

Stretch armstrong
negative space in photography

Look on the Bright Side of Life
negative space in photography

Strolling
negative space in photography

The Double Cosby
negative space in photography

Day one five four
negative space in photography

Having a walk
negative space in photography

Lamp
negative space in photography

A hand full of treasures
negative space in photography

Iguana
negative space in photography

Extremist
negative space in photography

Emergency Valve
negative space in photography

Laurent High Key
negative space in photography

Yellow in winter
negative space in photography

Another look at bellinzona’s castelgrande
negative space in photography

Wander
negative space in photography

Negative space
negative space in photography

Feather
negative space in photography

Midnight
negative space in photography

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