I admit it, I love color. I live in a city where black is the norm and it is acceptable if you wear it every day. I am guilty of it.
So, lately, I've been taking a lot of pictures and upon review of all the photos, I discover that I focused primarily on one or two colors during my expedition.
This past Saturday I took over a hundred photos. Part of my creative process is to sort through all the pictures I took; delete the really bad ones (yes, there are always really bad ones), keep the ones I want, sort and file them, and determine how to use them. This honestly can take a lot of time and often doesn't feel very creative but it has to be done. This task is often spread out throughout the week and done after a long day at the day job. It does remind me about my passion and what I love to do.
On my short walk home from Central Park I stood on the corner of Madison Avenue and 79th street and chose to take pictures of everything red. In this post are a couple of mosaics of all things red that I could see. I plan to return to the same corner this weekend and see if I can shoot other colors - I'll share what I discover.
What color do you notice most often? What if you challenge yourself to notice another color?