Colour Study – Orange.

Large Aperture; Orange Flower; Sep-19-2012; 6:00pm; Rexburg, Idaho; f/5.6; 1/250 sec; Nikon D5100 – Kirsty Cain.

 

Small Aperture; Bowling Balls; Sep-21-2012; 6:00pm; Rexburg, Idaho; f/16; 0.4 sec; tripod; Nikon D5100 – Kirsty Cain.

 

Large Aperture; Orange Noses; Sep-14-2012; 10:00am; Rexburg, Idaho; f/5.3; 1/1600 sec; Nikon D5100 – Kirsty Cain.

 

Large Aperture; Safe Crossing; Sep-14-2012; 10:00am; Rexburg, Idaho; f/5.3; 1/1250; Nikon D5100 – Kirsty Cain.

 

Large Aperture; Sunset; Sep-15-2012; 6:30pm; St Anthony, Idaho; f/5.6; 1/1600 sec; Nikon D5100 – Kirsty Cain.

 

For the colour study I choose the bright and vibrant colour orange.  Orange is said to simulate enthusiasm and creativity….its also supposed to increase the craving for food – I say as I put the chocolate bar down!! I took photos of different objects, from natural flowers and sunsets, to man-made strong shapes of the square crossing flag, and round bowling ball.

 

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One thought on “Colour Study – Orange.

  1. These are great pictures I really like how bright the color is in most of the posts. In the orange flowers picture there is a loss of detail in the petals of the flower, this happens a lot with reds and oranges, i would suggest bringing down the exposure a little bit. This should help bring back some detail. Also in the bowling ball picture to me it wasn’t 100% obvious that the subject was orange. Over all some great shots I like the scarecrow one a lot.

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