Posted: 04 Feb 2011 06:09 AM PST
Negative space can give your photograph an entirely different atmosphere than the other photograph of the same subject. The absence of content does not mean the absence of interest. In fact, negative space often adds interest as it can place a stronger emphasis on the subject and it can evoke emotions effectively. Negative space brings clarity 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 focus.
The following are some incredibly beautiful examples of using negative space in photography. Let these ideas inspire you for design projects like postcards, posters, web design, and so much more. As you will see, any of these beautiful photographs will also create a great background for your website. So keep empty space in mind next time you decide to take a few photographs to see just how much more focus and emotion you can add to an image.
The Double Cosby
Day one five four
Having a walk
A hand full of treasures
Laurent High Key
Yellow in winter
Another look at bellinzona’s castelgrande
Oranges and Yellows on Blue
Marina Del Ray
Look on the Bright Side of Life
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