Negative Space

Bloesem living | Instagram feature: @saicote

Bloesem living | Instagram feature: @saicote

It’s okay to be negative.. Well, not be negative per se.. but it’s okay to use negative space in photography. Actually it’s more than okay, it’s great! Based in Thailand, Sai uses alot of negative space in her instagram photography.. which is one of our top tips in the Bloesem instagram classes. Using negative space allows the viewers’ eyes to be immediately drawn to the focus of the image. So the next time you snap an image try to rid of the photo of any unwanted or extra objects.

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