Normally when I have photos with different variations of the theme I’ll just post them in one post but this weeks it seems fitting to make two posts. Here’s my first post..with the question: Does colour matter?
This post is just a collection of what warmth looks like ..
The warmth of a crocheted scarf.
The warmth of a summer’s fire
And the warmth of the sand on our feet.
Whether you live on my side of the planet or in the Southern Hemisphere, enjoying real heat on the beach or in your yard, show us your take on warmth. You can go from the literal (saunas! scarves! steaming cups of tea!) to the figurative (the embrace of family members coming together for the holidays, the look of affection on your pet’s face, or even just a photo with a particularly warm color palette, no matter its subject matter).
To join: https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/warmth/
Definition of WARMTH
1: the quality or state of being warm in temperature
2: the quality or state of being warm in feeling
3 : a glowing effect produced by the use of warm colors
The third definition made me ponder.. does a photo of a candle say “warmth” without it’s colour?
The first photo is the same as the second but I used an app to make it black and white with a colour pop of red at the center.
The third was a different photo with a different ISO setting. I didn’t think to make note of what app / what ISO for each of the photos..I was just playing around 😉
For other visualizations of warmth… https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/warmth/