The Double Cosby
This humorous photo by unclefuz shows that negative space can really add a comedic tone to a photograph.
Day one five four
An unusual subject placed in only the left or right one-third of the photo can really catch the eye
Having a walk
The man in this photograph is surrounded by white negative space, which makes the eye take notice of him.
The lamp in this photo may go unnoticed in another setting, but with the large amount of blank space, it is the only object on which the eye can rest.
A hand full of treasures
Notice how the details of the hand and marbles stand out against the blank background.
This small green reptile appears almost regal against the contrasting background of red brick tile.
When negative space is a landscape scene, a subject such as this boy who seems to be almost flying, not only stands out but also evokes a large degree of emotion. One can certainly relate to his seeming elation.
An very everyday object can send a simple message easily when placed against a blank background such as in this photo. The shadow is also a nice touch.
Laurent High Key
The expression on this man’s face is intriguing, especially since we are not privy to the object of his vision.
Yellow in winter
Bright flowers always stand out well against a large black background.
Another look at bellinzona’s castelgrande
Tunnels narrow the focus of a piece and easily direct the eye. The bright light at the end of the tunnel in this photo envelops the person, making it easy for a designer to guide a viewer’s emotions.
Oranges and Yellows on Blue
A stark contrast such as this bright blue water against the bright colors of the canoe is very appealing. Such a large expanse of negative space gives the impression of openness or solitude.
Marina Del Ray
The negative space in this photo adds to the feeling of viewing an object frozen in time.
Placing a scene at the very bottom of a photo against a large expanse of sky really gives the scene a “far away” look and feel.
A brilliantly eye-catching photograph is made even more attractive with excellent use of negative space.
A close up of an object such as this feather against a pillow makes for a nice abstract piece of art.
A dark purple flower against a dark background instills a feeling of mystery.
This photo is brilliantly done with a gradient background and the colors of the model’s clothes. The eye is automatically drawn downward from the light areas of the photo at the top to the darker areas at the bottom.
Look on the Bright Side of Life
A normally boring or ugly object such as this light post can become quite eye-catching against a nice gradient background such as this.
This man walking along the horizon of road against a purple sky makes him appear very much alone.
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