Tag Archives: Red

Red Van

I have said, and others have also said, that when we travel to a place we take images that are ‘of’ that place, and we also take images that happen to be taken ‘at’ that place but are not really … Continue reading

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The Colour Red

The UK is in the depths of a deep freeze. The landscape is drained of colour and the skies are leaden. In the centre of our village, two iconic objects, iced with snow, stand out amid this bleak landscape. Bright … Continue reading

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A bird, two couples, three telephone boxes, a table and chairs

Understanding composition is central to photography and other visual arts. Put simply it concerns the placement or arrangement of visual elements within the image, canvas or frame. It is about inter-relationships, shapes, lines, colour, space, foreground/background, and lots more. There … Continue reading

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A singular color

I’m starting off the New Year with a question and a splash of color. If you asked 100 people to name the dominant primary color, what would be their answer? I reckon the color Red would be certain to come … Continue reading

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Red Asters

This started off as a ‘grab’ shot, taken for no particular reason as we wandered through the gardens of Sudeley Castle a few weeks ago. I just liked the colors of the Asters. When I looked at the image on … Continue reading

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