AUSTRALIAN NATURAL LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE RULE OF SPACE.
The Australian natural landscape Photography can benefit from photography when using the rule of space. Create motion in your image through the use of negative space. Minimalist photographs with lots of space around the main subject are not always applying the rule of space. The negative space rule is used when the viewer’s eyes are naturally led from the main subject, into the negative space within the image. That could be because the main subject is looking in a specific direction. Or there is a moving object that’s heading into that negative space.
THIS TECHNIQUE WORKS IN AUSTRALIA NATURAL LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY.
The answer lies in the idea of adding to the story of your image. The Australian Natural landscape image will take on a drama by grabbing the attention of the viewer. You can achieve this technique by the correct application of negative space and scale. The viewer will enter your image through the perspective of your main subject. What the central theme is looking towards will form the narrative of your image. Although your image is static, this sense of looking or moving towards somewhere will give your image a dynamic edge. The technique will result in improving the quality of your work.
THE AUSTRALIAN NATURAL LANDSCAPE WORKS BRILLIANTLY FOR RULE OF SPACE PHOTOS
Locations where you can produce minimalisum, and leading lines, work well for the rule of space. Through the correct selection of focal length, it’s possible to produce the negative space needed for this style of photography. Australian coastal landscapes are ideal with their sweeping sandy shorelines, often using the movement of the breaking wave. Outback roads provide natural leading lines in an uncluttered environment. Whether you choose to use a butterfly or bird as your subject entering the negative space is up to you.
THE USE OF STATIONARY SUBJECTS CAN HIGHLIGHT THE RULE OF SPACE.
A photo attempting to use space to provide a narrative cannot do so with a stationary main subject. That means lone trees, and solitary buildings are not what’s required.
The subject needs to allow the viewer of the photo to follow their gaze or their motion. That means this style of photograph is much more of a moment captured.
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