Green is All Around
I had fun at the store finding green fruits and vegetables. Just a technical study of a layout I've always wanted to try with my wife's amazing assortment of plates. Next, begin to use it all for meals!
Google Pixel 5
Focal Length 27mm
Photographs combine several elements such as the amount and direction of light, composition, colors, background, textures and of course, the subject. If you remove one or more of these elements, the rest have a much stronger role in the photograph. In this week's challenge, COLOR has the leading role in your photograph. The choice of which color to photograph is up to you. Your photo may contain touches of other colors but it should be obvious at first glance which color you have chosen. - Your photo can have several subjects of the same color, for example green leaves, lemon slices or an arrangement of pink make-up products - You can shoot one subject of a specific color, for example a red rose, a green bug on a green leaf or a close-up of a car part - Your photograph does not necessarily have to be about subjects in their natural colors, feel free to play with your photo editor as much as you want. Or use paint to change colors in real life - You can also create a monochromatic color photo with the help of a color background. Think for example of an orange on an orange plate or a cut open avocado arranged on a piece of green cardboard. For extra photography joo-joo, take your chosen color photo with ONE click on your camera.