writing with light
The color wheel is constructed to help you see the relationships between different hues. The bases are three primary colors: red, blue and yellow. These are then combined to make the three secondary colors: orange, green, and purple. Finally, the remaining six colors on the wheel are known as tertiary colors and are mixes of the secondary colors, including such hues as red-orange and blue-green. Familiarizing yourself with the color wheel can help you understand how to best mix and match a cool color with a warm one, for a naturally balanced scene.
When I edit this piece I will share what a black background creates on the audience and what a white or lighter color background affects.
Lens ~ Creativity & Imagination
“He really does want us to risk our lives and limbs for the shot, but he doesn’t mind risking his own.” ~Sigourney Weaver
2. device for making pictures: a device that converts images into electrical signals for television transmission, video recording, or digital storage. Derivation: [Early 18th century. Via Latin, "vault, chamber" < Greek kamara]
Light: #2 2. quality of light: a particular kind or quality of brightness; illuminate something: to illuminate, brighten, or shine on something;
Write: display something: to reveal or exhibit something clearly
exploring the bounds of creativity
Lens of Tim Walker ~ http://www.timwalkerphotography.com/
Plan, Scheme, Plot with Vogue Photographer Tim Walker who has photographed with Vogue for over a decade. He used to be the assistant to Richard Avedon.
‘Sometimes when you’ve taken a photograph you are totally thrilled with, you feel like you are on the brink of discovering something totally amazing like one of life’s secrets. You are dancing on the electricity of passionate creativity.’
Naturally, it spoke to me, just like it will to anyone who’s ever created, be it a poem, a story, a painting or a song. We’ve all danced on that inertia electricity. Isn’t that the reason why we continue doing what we’re doing? It made me appreciate that colourful, fairytale-like world of Tim Walker and his most brilliant imaginative work.
Lens of Tim Walker
Gregory Colbert ~ creator ‘ashes and snow’
“What if there was a place that expressed our awe for nature. I’m usually just spending a lot of time with them, interacting, reassuring. I find this very important, to be able to take the time to create something in today’s fast-paced world. This is a key element in the ten year making of ashes and snow”