Colour Theory Kitchen Still Lifes (Lives?) by 30pics4jackiesdiamond

Colour Theory Kitchen Still Lifes (Lives?)

We're learning Colour Theory with AYWMC, it's a fascinating topic, used extensivley in the psychology of advertising and cinematography. I'm now constantloy spotting colour themes in TV programmes and adverts.

Our task this month is to use Colour Theory in planning and executing shots, my colleagues are being very clever with Lightroom/Photoshop and changing backgrounds and hues- but I don't have the enthusiasm to even try that in Affinity.

Today I used a colour wheel app and set out to colour match my turquoise lunch pot.

Monochrome - obvious
Complimentary - pair with red
Analagous - link with blue and green
Triadic - put with pink and yellow
Tetradic - purple, green and red.
Not pointing fingers, but you touched a soft turquoise spot... ;) My favourite is by far the Monochromatic capture.
Colour theory is fascinating. Especially when you can match it to real life.
November 25th, 2020  
Interesting topic and nice shots!
November 25th, 2020  
Good exercise.
November 25th, 2020  
wow that is awesome
November 25th, 2020  
Playtime in your house today then! Great results.
November 25th, 2020  
I'd say well done. It's not the typical colors on the color wheel either. Turquoise...where does that fall. And just where is my color wheel?
November 25th, 2020  
Well done - what an interesting topic.
November 25th, 2020  
You are way over MY head! A wonderful illustration of the concepts!
November 26th, 2020  
That sounds fascinating, a nice presentation of the principles!
November 26th, 2020  
Way over my head too @grammyn!
November 26th, 2020  
November 26th, 2020  
@joansmor very kind
@kjarn it's interesting

@aikiuser thanks jenn
@grammyn it is ever so intrresting

@linnypinny fascinating topic
@randystreat use ghis one my friend

@wakelys hunt the prop is a good game
@koalagardens thank you

@jackies365 going up and down stairs was exercise too
@marlboromaam thank you

@monikozi glad I made you happy!!!
November 26th, 2020  
Added the site to my bookmarks. Thanks.
November 27th, 2020  
@randystreat my pleasure it's an interesting theory
November 27th, 2020  
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