ROYGBIV - An abstract study in color

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  1. clarinetJWD

    clarinetJWD The Naked Spammer Staff Member

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I am in love... (With this series here!)
    But please help me understand the title. I got as far as Rose for the R, but other than that?
    O? Ocker?
    Y? Yarn?
    G? Green! (I would think :scratch: )
    B? Blue?
    I? Indigo?
    V? ??
     
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    DepthAfield TPF Noob!

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    I agree with LaFoto here. A wonderful series, but other than the rose and cactusÂ… What are we looking at?
     
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    Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Indigo Violet
    Unless of course i've got it wrong unto your intentions... ROYGBIV is the acronym given to children to learn the colours of the rainbow.
    Oh, i like the photos too by the way. All really clean and sharp.
     
  5. clarinetJWD

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    You got it ;)

    The photos are: Rose, a sculpture, a modern art thing from Houston, algae covered rocks, a cactus, water in a fountain, the vent on an air conditioner.


    Thanks guys, I've been meaning to do this series for quite some time now :D
     
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    nice shots man! i love the color green..outstanding capture
     
  7. Corry

    Corry Flirtacious and Bodacious Supporting Member

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    Sweet series, Joe! Great idea! I think I like the last best, but all are cool. :p
     
  8. JTHphoto

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    awesome idea joe, on a whole the series is really cool... the last is definitely my favorite, you have such an amazing eye for these type of shots. The first one doesn't strike me as abstract enough for the series... maybe a different angle on the petals or just more of a macro shot/tighter crop... just a thought. but i'm always impressed with your abstracts and really enjoyed this "study"... :thumbup:
     
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    What a great idea!
    I knew right away what you were saying...
    I think the rose is not abstract enough for
    the rest of the series, but all in all I think the
    pictures are quite crisp and very well put together! :)
     
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    i agree.. excellent series. very nice idea! well done!
     
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    I had a flashback to science class!! But I knew immediately what you meant!

    I like the yellow best ... it made me dizzy while scrolling down!
     
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    VIBGYOR it is! and what a wonderful series Joe!
    beautiful study :D love the results..
    thanks for sharing :D :D :D
     

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