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Opposites on the RGB color wheel

Posted by
Tracy (Charlotte, United States) on 5 June 2011 in Art & Design.

My version of the "K.I.S.S." principle!

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BriGt from Australia

Fantastic capture Tracy !! Love the bright and funky colours here :)

(and thanks for visiting my blog :)

Have a great sunday !!

5 Jun 2011 10:28am

@BriGt: Thank you! I thought it would be OK for this subject to pump up the colors some!

Marhuthi from vizag, India

interesting !!

5 Jun 2011 11:04am

@Marhuthi: Thanks!

barbod from rasht, Iran

very very nice

5 Jun 2011 11:04am

@barbod: Thank you!

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

The blue and yellow contrast is my favourite, hardly ever see a bad shot when made of these two colours.

5 Jun 2011 11:44am

@Curly: One of my favorite combos too! I am just learning how tricky color can be!

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

A very bright and uplifting shot Tracy! ;-)

5 Jun 2011 11:54am

@Eric Cousineau: Thanks Eric! I am having fun with it!

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

wonderful find . these colors are fabulous !

5 Jun 2011 1:17pm

@MARIANA: Thanks Mariana! I am finding that choosing to photograph color on purpose is quite challenging, but still really fun!

Don Smith from California, United States

Brilliant image and theme Tracy. Thanks for posting this image!

5 Jun 2011 2:51pm

@Don Smith: I know you know this place...Right in the heart of Capitola...The Venetian Courts are proving to be great fun for this kind of thing! (Then I can go to Mr. Toots for coffee when I'm cold and wet!)

Andy Wong from Hong Kong, China

Beautiful color

5 Jun 2011 3:57pm

@Andy Wong: Thanks so very much!

LauraS from Chico, United States

Yes, indeed! Beautiful shot.

5 Jun 2011 8:54pm

@LauraS: Thanks Laura! I hope to have some roses to show soon....waiting for some dry weather for a picnic and rose field-trip!

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

excellent

5 Jun 2011 8:55pm

@john4jack: Thanks! Capitola is proving to be quite fun to explore!

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

Beautiful illustrative image, Tracy...it is what the title says...I think I am starting to get the hang of this...but where can I get one of them there wheels??

5 Jun 2011 9:58pm

@Denny Jump Photo: Golly, gee- I got mine at the Wally Mart, in the auto supply department!

Barbara Lee from Oakland, United States

Tracy, I love this! Of course, yellow and blue together are one of my very favorite combinations! Great series!

6 Jun 2011 12:33am

@Barbara Lee: One that no photographer should resist! :)

Elaine Hancock from Rockville, United States

Great color! I really like this!

6 Jun 2011 12:39am

@Elaine Hancock: Thanks Elaine! I think it's a fun, simple shot!

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

The lengths some folks will go to to get on the color wheel ! Brilliant find.

6 Jun 2011 9:23am

@Ronnie 2¢: I now it! I'll bet that is what they were thinking when they painted it! :) There was a plant urn mounted between two of the apartments- half yellow, half purple....I keep meaning to get back there and photograph it!

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

I would have to say you are a Master photographer, Tracy. I'm loving this color series.

6 Jun 2011 1:24pm

@B. Thomas: I am always working to get better...but don't have it mastered just yet! LOL! Thanks for the lovely confidence boost- Really makes my day!

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

You are toooo funny ;-)

7 Jun 2011 1:14am

@Denny Jump Photo: :)

Céline from New York City, United States

Nice colors !

7 Jun 2011 3:35am

@Céline: Thank you Celine!

Magda from Vancouver, Canada

wonderful! so rich in colour and texture! superb

8 Jun 2011 5:21pm

Viewfinder from Bradenton, FL, United States

You did it; simple, vibrant colors, together. I like this.

9 Jun 2011 12:26am

@Viewfinder: Thank you so much!

digitalCG from Manchester, United Kingdom

KISS-tastic! Simple and brilliantly observed.

9 Jun 2011 12:16pm

@digitalCG: Thank you so much!