We all grow up accepting the negative and positive side of batteries but not knowing if it matters since nothing has ever exploded if they are reversed (except car batteries). However, do follow the directions. Don't try this at home because it really does matter and your electrons will be happy.
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Our week nine challenge is about nothing! That is right creative writers, this week we are photographing negative space. Negative space is a strong composition tool not only used in photography but also in design, paintings, and more. Basically, negative space is the area that surrounds a subject. You may have noticed that the subject is sometimes referred to as the positive space. Think, for example, of a single word typed on a piece of white paper. The typed word is the subject or the positive space, and the white paper is the negative space. Negative space may ‘look’ as though it is nothing, but it has a very important supportive role. It makes the subject stand out, adds balance, and often brings context to the photograph. The flypaper that supports a trapped fly, a cliff that gives a rock climber her background, and the blue sky against hanging clothes that tells us it is washing day — all are examples of negative space.