Making The Most Of Negative Space

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This week at Lens-Artists Amy asks us to show her negative space. These photos were all taken at Penmon Point on the island of Anglesey a few Decembers ago.

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copyright 2020 Tish Farrell

 

Lens-Artists: Negative Space

22 thoughts on “Making The Most Of Negative Space

  1. An excellent negative space series, Tish. The first one is my favorite. I also love how you angle toward the rock of the second one. The shadows and texture of the third image are unique and creative.
    Thank you for joining in. πŸ™‚

  2. The three photos go well as a series in a post – one and two and three – leading us into the third one with the folks and shadows – like a progression – and each with their pwn negative space calmness and energy –
    and the photo with the three shadows and two bodies gave us that human touch

  3. There’s a time for being negative and your photos are good examples of that. πŸ˜‰. My favorite is the second one although I enjoyed them all. I think B&W can contribute to the feeling of negative space, too.

    janet

    1. Many thanks, Janet. Yes, the good side of negativity. I wish I could apply it to my general crossness at the mo’. It could do with some breathing space. Ah well. Onwards and upwards.

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