The placement of your subject or subjects is incredibly important when it comes to creating powerful iPhone photo compositions, but just as important is everything around and between them — the negative space. If every pixel in your photograph was filled with important information it would be impossible to know what to focus on. It's a difficult concept to grasp, and sometimes not an obvious one, especially now that we have 8 megapixel, million color cameras on our iPhones. Until now, many of you probably didn't even think about the negative space and how it can impact your photography. The best way to relate your subject and negative space is to compose your shots so that an element of your subject leads your eyes into the negative space. This next photo is another great example and I want to walk you through my thought process with producing the final image. Now, this candle was actually sitting on a table that had a lot of people sitting around it. This photo is a great example of using a uniform color for your negative space and how it can positively impact your photo.
I've also seen uniform negative space done nicely with the sky as the background, by looking up at a tree or flower, and on portraits with a solid colored wall or backdrop behind the subject.
One of iMore's friends specializes in the use of negative space in his photography and iPhoneography. Composition is hard to master and is a skill that takes a lot of practice and patience to develop. So your assignment this week is to not only make good use of negative space, but to give your photos a good honest critique. No matter what method or methods you chose to clear negative or disturbed energies, always clear mindfully and without distractions.
On the subject of buying something that was previous used, I highly recommend that you do not purchase a second-hand bed. Clear negative energies if you or other members of your household are feeling poorly for any unexplained reason.
Thinking thoughts and holding on to emotional memories that are negative dims the very essence of who you are, and draws you into darkness, taking away your light of energy.  You are either more full of light and energy, or you have less energy and feel drained.
The negative operating system of natures found within you (your emotions) are powerless to create any new life and harmony within you, rather they will destroy the harmony and any good feelings you have about yourself. Activating your positive controls is like giving yourself light and energy in the middle of a power outage—they have the light of life to create.

Negative space can be filled with clouds or forests, it could be out of focus or in stark contrast, it could be lost in motion or frozen in stillness.
Rubin's Vase (above) is a classic example of the power of negative space, and breaking things down into extremely high contrast (i.e. Most people are focused on the subject and ignore everything else when composing their photos.
We talked about this briefly with portraits when we mentioned that you want to keep the negative space in front of your subject. Compose your shots so that the shadows are moving into the negative space because your eyes will naturally follow it.
I positioned myself so that no one was behind it, shot in portrait mode, and used the rule of thirds with the candle to the left. I considered tilting the lens so that the leaf of the Apple symbol would lead the eyes into the negative space, but in the end I decided to leave it straight because the bite out of the Apple plays that role nicely. In addition to the assignment this week, I challenge you to seriously critique every image you take that you're proud of. My first thought was to position the iPhone so that the shadows work together to lead my eyes into the bottom left or bottom right corner. Then head to the iMore Photography Forum and share both your photos and a critique of each photo you share. You are clearing any possible negative or disturbed emotions of the previous occupants and other negative or disturbed energies.
So much time is spent in bed—therefore, too much energy of the previous owner(s) is in a bed.
You may wish to clear all your jewelry, crystals and gemstones, especially if you have been feeling poorly.
Now we're going to explore that other two thirds, how it defines the forms, leads the eye, and helps create more balanced, more visually interesting work.
Just like the silence in between the notes defines the music, the negative space around the subjects of your photograph defines the composition. Think of negative space as something that balances out your photos, the supporting player that really lets your subjects shine. If the flame was pointing toward the left, it would still be a nice picture, but not have the same impact as this one. I used portrait orientation because I wanted to keep the people out of the shot, but in the end, the composition wasn't working for me --it should've been taken in landscape.

I also cropped it to a 16:9 ratio to dramatize the negative space by making it appear longer. There are many elements to a photo that need to be critiqued, but for this week, pay special attention to that negative space and ask yourself how you could have made better use of it. However, even though I have the longer shadow leading the eyes into the negative space, The composition could still use a little tweeking. Then ask your fellow iMore iPhoneographers for their critique and offer up your own constructive criticism to their photos as well. This is a result of organizing, of ridding yourself of things you no longer need and removing toxic products from your environment. If you buy an antique rocking chair, for example, that chair may have been sat on for years by the same person. Be especially mindful of clearing only negative energy when working on an inherited piece from a loved one. For salt water, mix a tablespoon of sea salt with a cup of cold water in a glass or ceramic container. That's why I decided to use Instagram to crop the photo to a square and applied a filter that darkened my background and eliminated the distractions. What make this image a little different is that there are two shadows, and together, they lead your eyes in a different direction than if the long shadow was by itself. So I decided the move the 8-ball entirely, so that only one light source was casting a shadow on it.
If you already have a used bed that you love, or insist on buying a used bed, learn how to dowse or hire someone to dowse it for you.
When I look at that photo, my eyes keep falling into the bottom right corner, which then I fight back by jumping up and looking at the bigger space in opposite corner. If you chose to smudge with herbs, for example, speak aloud or silently words to convey that you are removing negative energy.
With dry salt, bury pieces in a glass or ceramic container and leave for several hours or overnight. When clearing gemstone necklaces, use dry salt, as the water solution will deteriorate the cord that the beads were strung on.

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