Project 52: Negative Space | Week 11

March 13, 2020  •  2 Comments

It's Week 11 of professional pet photography Project 52 blog circle and the topi of "negative space." Basically, negative space is the blank space around your subject. Negative space doesn't always have to be void of all objects, but in my image for the week it is. Full disclosure, I edited a picture I'd already taken to create this crop. The original image of Lola was a full body shot but I edited it differently to create a different kind of image. Let me know what you think.

Here's the original image:

And here's my negative space image:

Next up in the blog circle is Pawparazzi Pet and Animal Photography presented by Shae Pepper Photography, then head around the rest of the blog circle until you end up back here.

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Elaine Tweedy(non-registered)
I always love peeking pets...and white backgrounds!
Tracy Allard(non-registered)
I too have just started to play around with creative crops like the "peek-a-boo" one, I don't know why I've waited so long to do so; I love it!
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