This is my attempt for Brenda’s A Photo Study: Rule of Space.
Ted Forbes, in Rule of Space, said, “The Rule of Space is simply a technique that creates a sense of motion, activity or conclusion in your composition. It simply involves creating negative space that relates to your subject.”
He also said (in his video), “Negative space is a space with very low activity… The rule of space is to balance your subject with this negative space.”
I took this first photo while walking on the Douglas Trail. I had my phone ready to shoot soon after I arrived and kept it ready for a long time, but after seeing many gray or black jackets passing by, I put my phone away. And guess what?
The next photo was shot by a frozen lake. Ice was already melted on some part of the lake. These two guys must know something that I don’t.
One cold day we managed to go out to take some sunset photos.
The last photo was taken a couple of years ago. I miss that little girl who didn’t care if there was a camera pointing at her or not. Do parents really have to teach kids how to pose in front of cameras?
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