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Matching Colors

ISO100 50mm f/3.2 1/100sec

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21 thoughts on “Matching Colors

  1. Disparate objects and materials really work well here.

  2. Where’s the human? It’s like those objects are awaiting for people 🙂

  3. Sonel on said:

    Awesome shot Nick! 🙂

  4. I have to say Nick that I am constantly amazed at how you manage to make something so simple look so great & create a story & atmosphere behind every picture. You are making me look so differently at whats around me but I don’t seem to have the creative oomph the same as you.

    • Thanks John, I truly appreciate that. However when I look through your photography I see plenty of creativity! Dont sell your creative genius short 😉 One thing I was recently told by a few friends that go on my photo walks with me is Ill constantly voice out loud throughout the day.. “Oh thats interesting” I guess my mind is trained to gravitate towards things that truly inspire me visually, then after that I just do what I can to capture it through the lens. So my tip is find scenes that you can say Oh thats interesting too (Which I feel you already have a knack for anyways 🙂 )

  5. You are always clever and never dull in your compositions. Love it, as usual!

    On another topic: Sorry to bother you on this end of the weekend. I have a silly request. Please read today’s post on my blog about The Bradley Chronicles. I’d appreciate it if you could read it and then vote for my segment. You’ll see what I mean. Thanks in advance, Fay

  6. Must say you surprised me with this look.
    Color Do match. You said before your mind is “trained to gravitate towards things”… I believe it’s a skill you were born with.
    Congrats Nick!
    Cheers.

    • Thanks Rossana! The way you say it sounds like I have some sort of super power or something hahaha. I think over the period of my life I have just trained myself to observe even small details, as it makes life that much more enjoyable. Luckily it was put to extra good use when I picked up photography 🙂

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