This entry was posted on 21/11/2009 by Staffan H. It was filed under Abstract .
I like mysterious light and I like the colors, but wonder if the color is distracting and if these wouldn’t look very interesting in b&w? Just curious.
21/11/2009 at 03:45
Lynn: Interesting thoughts. I must admit I was more attracted by the material shown this way than thinking of what the pictures would look like and the possible effects.
This material was common when I grew up, but it has been more or less gone for decades – until recently when I have seen it being used in various places.
Your suggestion to convert them to b & w is interesting and you are right about the distracting effect the colors may have.
21/11/2009 at 11:07
Yes, the colors are attractive. In b&w, it may provide more details in light and dark; however, I do these in the glowing colors. 🙂
21/11/2009 at 16:13
I like the colours , catches the eye.
21/11/2009 at 23:15
Lynn, Anna and imac: Thank you very much for all your thoughts in this topic. I find them very interesting and I really appreciate them.
Could it be a matter of balance involved here? If in colour, maybe I should use either the green or the blue one, while they can be interesting together in black and white or if details are wanted.
This is a kind of photography I seldom do, but trying out new things is always interesting, even if I occasionally find that it wasn’t my cup of tea after all.
22/11/2009 at 00:38
Oh my, I do like the blue and green – in fact they are two of my favorite colors. I was just curious if, without the nice colors, the light patterns would be stronger. Feel like I started something I didn’t mean to start – oops. Maybe the title should be Mysterious Colors and Light.
23/11/2009 at 02:39
Lynn: Don’t worry – I thought the discussion was interesting. Besides, things like this can happen when committed people are involved. 😀
23/11/2009 at 07:05
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