The lines of a white fence lead to a farmhouse with a striking red roof in rural North Carolina
Reflection photography, also referred to as mirror photography, is when you use reflective surfaces to create an artistic echo of a scene. Here are reflections of trees on a lake creating a Monet-like painting effect. The red kayak adds to the scene.
As one of the rarest and most powerful colors in nature, red is particularly important to photographers. With the historic associations between the color red and the emotions of passion and excitement, it’s no surprise that this is a very active color.
In this busy side street, the red umbrella, though partly hidden, draws attention.
Despite the attractive hotel on the shore, the red kayak gets prime attention in this image.
Photographers have cultivated visual relationships conveyed in red tones. While there are different colored chairs at this ice cream shop, the one with a shade of red stands out. So do the red flowers on the window sill.
The red railing and graffiti artfully painted on the side of a colorful building anchor this image of a local train
How can one not be mesmerized by the red color of this Northern Cardinal with a flattened crest!
The red parts of the envelope of this hot air balloon garner attention though the flame is powerful
Color has a significant impact on our perceptions, emotions and physicality. Incorporating the color red into photography denotes passion and bold emotion. Because it commands our attention, red brings text and subjects to the central focus of an image. Will be posting this week images with red as a predominant color to attract attention.
Here is an image of abstract reflections on water.
A vivid, red, bridge over a partially frozen pond leads to a snow covered golf green at Player’s Ridge Golf Course, Hickory, North Carolina
A red bridge over a partially frozen pond stands out in the snow at Player’s Ridge Golf Course, Hickory, North Carolina
While you might not observe Christmas as a religious holiday, celebrate the spirit of fellowship, goodwill, peace and more!
A red, wooden bridge adds beauty to the Japanese Gardens at Duke Gardens, near Raleigh, North Carolina
A red bridge leading to a golf green stands out in this otherwise monochrome image
Bright red Fall colors decorate the nearly barren trees
The flaming reds of the sumac plant and other Fall changes add color to the cloudy sky
A cobbled street with color in Hawkshead, England. A red car blends in the surroundings.
Sarah P. Duke Gardens’ iconic red bridge is named the Meyer Bridge. The bridge is located over the large pond in the Culberson Asiatic Arboretum and is a favorite spot for visitors to pause for photos and gaze at the beauty around them. It was recently redesigned, along with the surrounding landscape, to become the official entrance to the Durham-Toyama Sister Cities Japanese Pavilion and Garden,
A red shirt, red umbrellas and their shadows and reflections at a plaza in Raleigh, North Carolina
Red umbrellas and a person in a matching shirt add color to the Convention Center in Raleigh, North Carolina