When I decided to take my hobby of photography and turn it into a profession, I was given an assignment in one of my photography classes to go out and find a subject (positive space) and use the space around it to create a dramatic image. So back in 2013, I created this image while walking a local back road and finding some feral kittens being taken care of at a barn.
The use of blue sky and clouds in the heron image below (and the particular cropping of this image), is again able to lend drama to the photo. This photo was taken in Assateague during a summer vacation. The space surrounding the subject is the negative space.
Molly, below, looks into the distance, almost like she is thinking about the great treat she is going to get once she is done with this photo. This would be a much different image cropped down.
Space is, after all, the final frontier. :)
Enjoy more interpretations of space, time, matter and anti-matter (well, maybe just space...) in this week's blog circle. Start with Pawparazzi Pet and Animal Photography presented by Shae Pepper Photography. Have a great Friday and rest of your weekend!