This exercise is to show colour relationships. The six colours in the colour Circle. The six colours create three complementary colours. They must also be presented in the correct proportions to be completely harmonious. The following photos are in order to show these harmonious combinations as clear as possible.
Below are images that I found I was naturally attracted to photograph. Originally when I started to do this project I was definitely attracted to more neutral tones of colour however as the project progressed I found myself paying more attention to the colour options available and the following are four images that I believe I was attracted to not because of the content of the image but solely for their colours.
Green:6 Blue:4 Violet:3 In this image I have inverted the colours to the proportions they should be to be harmonious however I naturally found them pleasing.
Green 6: Violet 3 Again I have inverted the proportions of the colours to what should be harmonious nor are these colours a choice of the most harmonious together perhaps it is the fact that they seem odd at ease which caught my attention.
In this image it is really the street artist who has chosen the colour combinations the green stands out as the main colour, the red seems bolder and equally holds my attention they are both in similar quantities and so correct for a harmonious combination. The small quantity of yellow which is considered so bright that a smaller quantity of this colour combines well in this image.
In this image at first glance it appears to be a mix of all colour with no sense however the two primary colours which stand out are the orange of the car and the blue of the sky. I seem to have naturally been attracted to invert the colours to their correct proportion however this time I believe I have done it as the car and the colours were the primary attraction to take the photo in the first place and the sky was merely to balance out the image to help show the car as it was suspended as if driving on air.