Another month in my personal project, called Project 52, has come to a close. Therefore, I’d like to share the images I captured for November, 2019.
For my project, I post one image a week to my Instagram account, with every month having a different theme. You may click on any of the following links and to see all the images for the corresponding month.
- January was “low light”.
- February was “storytelling“.
- March’s theme was “portraits”.
- April’s theme was “connections”.
- May was all about “layering”.
- June’s theme was “full sun”.
- July was “color theory”.
- August was all about “movement”.
- September was beautiful “nature”.
- And October was a tough one for me – “self-portaits”.
The theme for November, 2019 was “negative space.”
To begin with, I loved the theme for November. According to digital-photography-school.com “negative space simply refers to the area that surrounds the main subject or subjects in your photograph. Furthermore, the technique of using negative space is about creating the right relationship between the main subject and a background that almost feels like it is almost receding.”
I quickly realized that I use negative space all the time. Due to the fact many of my images naturally have it in their composition. But projects like this give me the opportunity to shoot solely for myself, and that’s a good thing. I took my camera with me everywhere, and just took photos of places, people and things that caught my eye. As a result, I liked November. 🙂
Thanks so much for stopping by the blog, and I’d love to know which is your favorite! <3
Linda Sobolewski Photography is based out of Old Saybrook, CT and serves the Connecticut shoreline and surrounding areas.