Mission 5… Color

This week’s G+ Mentorship Program for Photographers has us coloring the world ‘Wonderful’, admitting color perception is subject to emotional, cultural, experiential influence, and embracing our unique style/personal perspective… so this Alice decided to ‘paint the roses’ PINK. For the simple reason, pink is a combination of red and white, the color of universal love… said to evoke feelings of caring, tenderness, self-worth, love, and acceptance. So if I am the painter of my world, I choose to spread the message of compromise and love… not to mention this Alice never was one to cater to royalty and don’t get me started on how ‘painting’ is not even scientifically possible and toxic to roses, no those are stories for another day.

As evidence of our trek into Wonderland, we were tasked with sharing the following ‘color schemes’…

1. Primary – an image that has predominantly primary colors.
2. Secondary – an image that mainly uses secondary colors.
3. An image that uses complementary colors to create impact.
4. Harmonious or analogous colors used in a photograph.
5. A monochrome image.
6. An image of the photographer dressed as ‘Alice’ (just kidding).

So after much frolicking in Wonderland, like the rest of you… I offer you COLOR, just in time for tea!

“No great artist ever sees things as they are. If he did, he would cease to be an artist.”

Oscar Wilde

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