Category Archives: Colour
Colour in the winter.
Trend forecasters favour the colour green
Film by Tacita Dean in the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern. The lights are out in the Turbine Hall at the Tate and its as if a giant piece of film is propped up and backlit. In fact it is a projected looping film shot on 35ml with panoramic cinemascope lens turned on its sideContinue reading “Film”
These photos were taken on a walk in Sussex called the Robertsbridge Circular. Your eye is attracted by the colour of the fruit and leaves along the hedgerows and in the orchards, especially rich in the autumn evening light.
This is one of my favourite lighting conditions; bright colours illuminated and standing out against a dark sky.
Colours, shapes, painted names and emblems of traditional Portugese boats. They were photographed at the Maritime Museum at Belem, Lisbon.
Black and white and yellow
Director J.Lee Thompson chose to rely on our imaginations in his 1953 black and white film, The Yellow Balloon. In the setting of bombed post war London, a boy loses his pocket money and the chance of buying a balloon. Upset, he steals his friend’s yellow balloon, an incident which leads to tragedy and blackmail.Continue reading “Black and white and yellow”
An image made up of a mass of fallen pink blossom petals, thick yellow road markings and a black tarmac road.