White space in photography is better know as "negative space" and that's the topic of this week's blog circle. An image with negative space is one created with lots of space around the subject so it's isolated.
Negative space doesn't have to be white (and usually isn't), but it will always be "empty space" with no distractions around the subject, and the subject doesn't usually take up a lot of the image.
Negative space doesn't have to be solid either. As long as there is no distraction from the subject it's fulfilled it's purpose.
The Pawsitivity fundraiser session images would be classified as having negative space. Here's an out-take from one of the sessions. (You can't help but smile, can you?!) :O)
If you'd like to take a trip around the blog circle and see what others have to say about negative space in photography, start with Kaylee Doyle Photography, serving the greater Sacramento area.
Have a great weekend!
3/13/2020 04:36:57 pm
I LOVE the snow/shadow image. And the couch image. And the sunset image. And the last image - yes - I smiled! Ok, I'm basically obsessed with all of your work this week. FANTASTIC!
3/20/2020 09:43:38 am
If I HAD to pick a favorite, it would be the snow photo...but it would be hard. :)
4/20/2020 12:26:50 am
Very well, I am very impressed with the pictures you share. Thank you very much.
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