Colour exercises – other shots

I thought I would include these shots as a separate entry, as they represent my initial work on the exercises and, to a degree, the assignment.   While I think they fulfil the function of meeting the brief of the exercises, I found that they were not making me very involved with them as they were as a result of me taking several trips around the village as seen with no clear relationship between the shots.  I guess as I thought they were just photos and there was no personal point of reference I felt that they were just a little bit too constructed and impersonal for what I wanted to do.

Nevertheless I thought it might be interesting to show some of them as they do illustrate the range of colours available:-

DSC00911-2  DSC00910-2  DSC00909  DSC00908 DSC00907-2 DSC00906 DSC00904 DSC00903 DSC00900 DSC00898 DSC00897 DSC00895 DSC00937-2 DSC00930-2 DSC00928-2 DSC00927-2 DSC01015-3 DSC01037 DSC00887 DSC00885-2 DSC00884 DSC00875 DSC00872  DSC00864     DSC00890-3DSC00858   DSC00883-2  DSC00879  DSC00881-2  DSC00863-2   DSC00857

DSC00882     DSC00889-3  DSC00870

It seemed to me that the two most common relationships were red/yellow and green/red.  Of all the colours on the circle violet was the hardest to locate, as can be seen from the above selection.  Interestingly violet was, with one exception, really only available as a natural colour in plants.  Its not used in signage as much as the other five it seems to me.  I guess it is, as is demonstrated by the ratios previously described, not a bright (and therefore eye-catching) colour.

 

 

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