Thankfully Rebecca gave us an easy to understand tutorial:
When you take a photo of a person or animal,
(and even inanimate moving objects,)
The Rule of Space says that you will create a more pleasing image
by giving the subject space in which to move.
OK, I get it.
I think this one portrays what I noticed at the time of taking the photo - that there were various activities for various interests, different groups heading in different directions. (And the port-a-loos down the back were quite popular, too.)
I know the object should be moving into the picture. But this shot is about being the one here on the ground, left behind, so I think it is more appropriate that the plane is moving out of the picture.
Evening action - a skydog has to have plenty of room to move!
That wasn't too hard! I wonder how everyone else on the team interpreted that rule? Pop over here to find out.