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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On April - 16 - 2017
The importance of empty space in photography

The importance of empty space in photography

Almost in every picture we must see an empty space. That empty space is there for a reason, because emptiness is not always meaningless. Empty space can be very beneficial in adding aesthetic effect on a picture but on the other hand, it can also ruin the beauty of it. Yet it is definitely one of the composition elements in photography which cannot be separated.

The meaning of empty space in photography
Empty space is an area surrounding the subject or area on an empty frame which can be vast or narrow, outdoor or indoor. It can also be the spreading out sky or the unfocused area around a subject. Space can also be an area around the foreground; subject and also background and when we unite them, it will highlight a distant effect which is also part of the composition element. Read the rest of this entry »

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