Photo 101: A Pop of Colour

Photo 101: A Pop of Colour

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So far, autumn has been pretty colourless here. Which may or may not be related to the fact that we’re having permanent fog. Since I’m a devoted photo 101 student, though, I attempted to penetrate the fog in search for a pop of colour. Please noteΒ that I’m not responding to the original prompt, which asks for “color”, but to a modified prompt, which gives you “colour”. Color I know not, as I explained here.

41 thoughts on “Photo 101: A Pop of Colour

    1. Thank you so much, it’s greatly encouraging that the photos work for you because, of course, I took some time selecting them, postediting them, thinking about the effect… Well, I tend to overthink, obviously. Looking forward to your response to this one!

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        1. It’s funny, sometimes the posts I think good receive little attention and those that I think bad become inexplicably popular. Like this one. Come on, rotten apples in fog? What’s so interesting about it?! So I’m looking to see your post anyway πŸ˜‰

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          1. Apples are rotten and so are the dried twigs but the photographer knows how to make it a beautiful art just like when you make a recipe in kitchen from not-so appealing raw materials πŸ™‚

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  1. I have been using ‘color’ word here because it creates a red line..But I am thinking now to return back to my original understanding πŸ™‚

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    1. Eh, I can smell burning PET bottles, which is what some people use for heating their houses here. Along with whatever waste they get their hands on. But thank you for presenting me with your picturesque interpretation πŸ˜‰

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          1. That’s a lovely thing to say. I think the Balkan has a very specific atmosphere that might have some affinities with areas that are more Central Europe, like my country, but at the same time it would be interestingly different. I’ve felt myself increasingly attracted to parts of Europe further east — and further south — from me recently, and I hope to make a short trip to some of these parts sometime.

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          1. Ha! It’s not only me, it’s you too? I usually select dozens photos from the archives, then carefully pick two that match and then spend not a little time postediting them — I was thinking I was really overdoing it, so much care for just a blog post…

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    1. Yep, the fog was rather thick, and because I’m not yet chipped, neither do I have the assistant labrador yet, I made sure my phone was fully charged and my GPS was working… I could always have sent my husband my GPS coordinates and he would have to find me and save me. πŸ˜€

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          1. Oh no, please not self-consciousness about grammar here, if I took my blogging style and grammar seriously, I’d have to kill myself in a particularly cruel and unusual way for the horrors I’m committing πŸ˜‰

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    1. Please be advised that all the corners around my blog are already taken because I tend to be a sulky person who uses them to sulk in a lot. Just kidding. It’s true that since the year and half that I’m snapping pictures (and that the About page was written), I have improved a bit, but it’s still sheer luck when I manage to get a reasonably good shot. Main thing is that I enjoy it πŸ™‚ Minor thing is that I spam others with it :-O

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