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This shot was taken from the boat passing by Toronto Waterfront.

It's a gray day and snowing outside .. a day for a splash of colour:)

Fall Color

 

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This work can not be used without the consent of its author.

Pretty colors filled the sky briefly on this particular morning. Had to be quick to catch them.

 

Potomac River

Located:Uda in Nara,Japan.

At last colored leaves came over to this mountain village.

The pastel colours of the sky wraps this farm like a warm, cozy blanket.

  

BC

Canada

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Islande. Les massifs de rhyolite du Landmannalaugar.

 

Iceland. The mountains in rhyolit in Landmannalaugar.

El color es un medio para ejercer influencia directa sobre el alma: el

color es la tela, el ojo el macillo, y el alma es el piano con sus cuerdas.

WASSILY KANDINSKI

  

Colors of dawn

 

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Sunset´s Colors________!!!!

 

Santiago

CHILE

These colors are energizing, usually when I get

home after a few days away, I like, to take a cold bath, waterfall, and take a walk between this

nature, waterfall bath and walk in the mountains are

as, my main sources of revitalization ...... Only after these two

rituals, I feel rejuvenated and re-energized .....

Taken by :My sis روض القلب|

Model :my hand loOl

Idea : me & sis

 

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o0 hl pic 1 of 8 >> 6ab3an bs banazel hathee el pic o0 my sis btnazel el bagee fl montada ba3ad ma t5ale9 MosabaGthom ^^

 

awal mara n9awer in this way >>>>I hope you like it ....

for the doldrums of winter.

 

We live in a beautiful green place, The Evergreen State :) ...but we pay for it! The rains came early this year...and so we decided to pull out some color! Thank you Adrianne, Susy and Monica, for helping Stevie and I capture a little rainbow in color!

Explore: 102 on Tuesday, September 29, 2009

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Iceland. The mountains in rhyolit in Landmannalaugar.

 

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© D. Delion/photojournalist

late evening at Great Falls... one could barely see the colors on the trees through all the spray and mist churned up by the rushing water

 

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thanks so much everyone!

361/365

 

A double rainbow of pencils.

The color of springtime is in the flowers,

the color of winter is in the imagination.

~Terri Guillemets

   

Texture- Lenabem

[...]

Elaboraba la sustancia de sus propios sueños y con esos materiales fabricó un mundo para mí. Las palabras son gratis, decía y se las apropiaba, todas eran suyas. Ella sembró en mi cabeza la idea de que la realidad no es sólo como se percibe en la superficie, también tiene una dimensión mágica y, si a uno se le antoja, es legítimo exagerarla y ponerle color para que el tránsito por esta vida no resulte tan aburrido.

   

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This is autumn, my friends!

Despúes de varios meses madrugando y recorriendo los pantanos de Alava por fín conseguí ver colores vivos de esos que te dan fuerzas para seguir madrugando :p y por supuesto ya que tanto me ha costado me di el homenaje y saqué un montón de fotos que poco a poco iré subiendo. Esta la quiero dedicar a todos mis contactos de Flickr

Happy Slider Sunday - HSS

 

So a bit of a story here on the evolution of the project from "111101000010010000000" to "Color Moving On."

 

The project started with the side of a glass window building that I distorted and tiled together to form the square "bullseye" I layered in the rose image and the diagonal lines came from a piece of the Nashville Convention Center along with the pigeons (which I like and have used quite a bit). I tried to blend in the mannequin image from Bergdorf & Goodman and the colors shifted to some nice pastels that I liked. I "hid" the bullseye shot and all of a sudden I was off in a different and interesting direction. I copied and saved those layers and went back and finished "111101000010010000000." When I was done I went back to the folder, hid the bullseye layer and rearranged the roses breaking up the colors a bit as I went. The mannequin bust didn't look right so she was replaced with some yellow color but I kept the window. I've been working on blending the intersecting color shapes and I was pretty happy the way this came out. While the color of the rose has moved on, the textures and lines are still beautiful.

So this rant is about monitor calibration and colour management etc....

 

So I took this picture using a Hoya ND8 filter and a Hitech ND8 graduated filter. The filters add a bit of colour cast to the image, but shooting in RAW this can easily be corrected.

 

My computer has 2 monitors attached to it, these both show the image in completely different colours! OK so that may be an exaggeration, but one is a lot more saturated and contrasty than the other. Another 'variable' I have found is the program in which the picture is viewed. Photoshop/Picasa/Windows Photo Viewer all seem to show the image with slightly different colours.

 

Now this might not matter to most people, but it is starting to drive me crazy, especially when I think my photo is being finished with nice vibrant colours only to find out on another screen it looks pretty dull!

 

I think it may be time to invest in a screen calibrator. Has anyone on here had much luck with them?

This shot was taken on Porth Towyn beach in North Wales

Thanks!

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