Friday, 31 July 2015

Red & green


Red and green: contrasting colours make striking images. Doing the OU course, I've been practising using different depths of field too. It all makes more sense now and I can just about remember that, generally speaking, you're more likely to achieve a blurred background with a telephoto lens, a wide aperture and a focus point about a third of the way in to the picture.


7 comments:

  1. Love the beetroot shot - but then I'm rather partial to beetroot!

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  2. Both are beautiful! Those two colors compliment each other so well!

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  3. This second one is very interesting. Great class you found. Loving your works as always.

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  4. These shots are brilliant, so crisp and clear. Your OU course is paying dividends.

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  5. Gorgeous! And I love all the garden party pictures.

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  6. Well done, jennyfreckles. The green and red do work well together. Maybe that is why so many Christmas decorations feature red and green.

    You are learning a lot from your photography class.

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