Creatively Content – #cs_colourmyworld

img_0071-01_chroma-018834349703622924431.jpeg This week’ss Creatively Squared challenge was all about adding colour to the world. Something I’m not normally good at. I prefer a minimal and natural kind of vibe. My photos are either on a white background or a wooden one. So, making things more colourful isn’t exactly my vibe. But the #cs_colourmyworld hashtag wanted to encourage people to edit their photos to bring them to life. Normally, I don’t do much to edit my photos. Well, I sort out the usual sort of things. If they’re a bit too bright or dark the I’ll fix it. But I’m not one for trying anything too much. Is that because I prefer a natural simplicity or because I’m still teaching myself how to do fancy things on Photoshop? You decide.

So, I started the week slowly and just entered some colourful photos. The Penguin books rainbow is an oldie but I love it. The yellow flowers were a recent picture that I think turned out well. The edits were fairly simple but I’m taking it slow. The macarons were a simple colour pop. I’m not sure it was as effective because most of the photo is white. However, the colours do pop. The rainbow plane was a fun thing I managed to do using a photo ap. It’s not as clean as it could be but it gives a message. I love the creepy, Stephen King-esque results of the red sky photo. It started life as a grey and boring photo. Now it has some drama. Then, the ombre flowers were another quick experiment. Plus, I’ve added a few of my experiments that I didn’t end up posting. And why not?



Author: Murdocal

Who is Murdocal? A casual critic who is a little bit too obsessed with pop culture. A young woman who swears and rants much more than she knows she should whilst trying to make her way in an adult world she isn't prepared for. A not as recent as she'd like literature graduate who, between job applications and subsequent rejections, has turned to the internet to fight the boredom and review the shit out of everything. "Maybe, just maybe, I'm the faller. Every family has someone who falls, who doesn't make the grade, who stumbles, who life trips up. Maybe I'm our faller."

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