: Please confirm whether the colour shades need to be in two different shades in two different objects or whether they can be different shades in the same object. (197 days ago)
: Hello Mods
The description seems to indicate that there should be at least two items consisting of two or more shades of colour, yet many of the entries are just gradient shades of single flowers, etc. Please clarify. (196 days ago)
: Gee... only 7 out of 13 entries are flowers (196 days ago)
: The examples in the description certainly seem to imply two or more objects (196 days ago)
Contest Moderator: The goal suggests 2 objects, but doesn't say there has to be.
Your goal is to take a photograph, containing only 1 colour but at least 2 or more shades of that colour. For example, the dark blue sea with the pale blue sky or yellow tennis ball on a dark yellow blanket. Make sure that only one color is present in your photo. (195 days ago)
: Thanks for the clarification. (195 days ago)
Contest Moderator: I just like to clarify the goal, again, we are talking about different shades of colour, not 50 shades of grey. (194 days ago)
: i see so many shots that doesn't fallow the guide lines (194 days ago)
: Or even worst colour modification to make it only one colour i guess some people wants to do it the easy way
(194 days ago)
Contest Moderator: Jesse, you are certainly not supposed to use colour modifications to make it all look one colour, please, red flag any you feel has had such treatment, and I will have a look at them. (193 days ago)
: (See if it does not appear to be a crazy conversation)
If one day I decide to paint my house yellow
-well, your house is yellow!
But later if I paint my house of gray
someone may say:
Where is your yellow house?
-I painted it gray, not seeing?
-No, because the color gray is a color that does not exist.
-Who said that?
-Oh!?! (192 days ago)