Exercise 2. To take pictures are dominated by either a primary or secondary colour. Each image should be taken with the correct exposure as per reading slightly underexposed and slightly over exposed. At the end choose which one matches the primary colours best. If a photo is not correct to begin with this is fine they are not to be discarded. I noted that by exposure we can see a great difference with each colour take the green below as the best example the original image to the left is a dark green similar to foliage in the shape however to the right is a vibrant modern green I believe difficult to find nature perhaps seen on animals such as Lizards, chameleon, We can have colours from almost pastel to dark rich colours. These differences can be huge in our images.
Yellow …………… Here I found the correct exposure matched more closely the correct colour. Blue ……. With Blue I found the over exposed and the over exposed were both nice shades of blue however the correctly exposed image seems to be the nearest to the primary colour. Magenta….. With this colour I believe the more underexposed matches the primary colour. Orange With the orange colour the overexposed matches closer the primary colour. Green…….. Cyan …….