Day 24 of "June Photo A Day Challenge" : Negative Space
Negative space is a type of photography in which you leave a lot of blank space in the photograph to show off the main subject. I did not know about it until I took up this June Photo A Day Challenge. Those interested in knowing more about it can check out this page. It has some good examples.
I've been trying my hand at this negative space photography all this month. Have already posted a few of my earlier attempts at it. Don't know how good or not they are, but you can have a look at them...
- Day 8: An Animal - Suicidal Cricket
- Day 10: You! - My Shadow Self
- Day 14: Texture - Feather On Handmade Paper
For today, I took a photograph of this hibiscus flower growing in my building. The wall behind the flower was a bit cracked, with the paint falling off at places. Inspired by some of the other photographs being shared on the FMS group on Facebook, I decided to experiment a little with Photoshop. Eventually, I just settled on increasing the cracked look of the wall, with the Craquelure filter in Photoshop.
So how does it look?
This is my 24th post for 2013 June Photo A Day Challenge.
Link to the previous post: "Photo A Day - Last"
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