How to make good use of the blank composition to make the photos more story oriented? Leave three steps to find out

2020-11-19 22:46:21  作者:Photography Academy

Say leave it blank , There must have been a lot of movie friends jumping out and saying : You have to say something as simple as that , Not to leave blank is to leave blank in the photo ? Yes , It's not right either , If you take a picture blank is meaningless, and even bring a bad feeling to the photo .

that , I suggest you take a look at this article . Today, I will tell you about the role of white space and the specific application of white space .

1、 Understand the blank space

In fact, the word "leave blank" originated from Chinese ink painting , The function of white space is , It's mainly to add air permeability to the picture 、 As a foil to the atmosphere and a visual guide .

Upper figure , It's using the white space , The use of people and a large area of blank environment to create a quiet atmosphere , Make the picture more visual appeal .

In portrait photography, white space is used , It's more about the direction of the line of sight , Give the audience a hint :ta What attracts you in the direction you look at ta. In order to arouse the audience's Association , Increase your imagination .

Another is to make the picture simple , The theme is clear and the use of white space , Here's the picture .

2、 What should be paid attention to in the composition of blank space ?

The blank space in the picture , It must have a certain significance , Otherwise, it can only be called blank , Instead of leaving it blank . The white space in the picture , In addition to serving as a bearing space for topics and points of interest , There must also be a connection to the subject . Otherwise, leaving a lot of space will only affect the performance of the theme , Weaken the theme .

that , Which of our photos need to be left blank and which do not need to be left blank ?

In most cases , Syrup tablet 、 There's no need to leave a blank for close ups and so on , Most of these pictures are full of themes and pictures , Make the theme stand out , It's a little better . And scenery photos , Especially when it comes to scenery photos of big scenes , You don't have to use a lot of white space , Otherwise, it will affect the sense of hierarchy in the photo .

The function of blank space is to create a huge contrast between the theme and the relatively empty environment , To express specific emotions , For example, being alone 、 To be lonely 、 Cold emotions , And, of course, silence 、 Lonely mood .

that , In the pictures of people , Which situations are suitable for leaving blank ?

The blank space in portrait photography , It's more about leaving a blank area in the direction of the character's face , It reflects the connection and interaction between the characters and the environment .

therefore , When we were shooting the composition , Whether it's scenery or portrait photography , Be sure to think clearly when leaving blank , We use the blank composition to make the picture have a better sense of the picture . But whether the actual effect of our shooting is suitable for such expression or , Whether the blank space in our shooting is appropriate , This is very important !

3、 How to do it? Leave blank

A person should have a bottom line , Leave blank, too . In different subjects , There are limits to leaving blank , If you leave too much space, it weakens the theme , Too little and no white space . So how much is it to leave blank ? Is there any standard for defining ?

As mentioned earlier , The function of white space is to increase the atmosphere , In fact, strengthen the theme , So what we need to pay attention to is not to weaken the theme , Become less prominent .

Which direction should I leave blank ? It's also a problem .

In most portrait photography , Leaving space is more of an extension of our thinking , It's usually a blank with the subject's face facing , Let the audience's eyes follow the model's line of sight , Carry on the extension of thinking .

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