Thursday, 19 October 2017

Sand Blues

Building on the technique outlined in my previous post is a set of inverted sand pattern images.

The dominate colour in sand is yellow so when it is inverted it changes to tones of blue. The original light areas show as a darker blue and the dark areas as a lighter tone. As a result, the mind stops constructing 'sand' and now starts interpreting texture, pattern and tone in an abstract form - which makes it more interesting as a composition.

The same technique used on seaweed:

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