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Color as Composition

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© Jarvis Grant

Design elements of color was at the heart of creating the image. I am drawn to color and light when making spontaneous images, and sometimes the subject is secondary. Light and color are the keys to making a meaningful image. With this image, color and light are the secret ingredients when communicating with the viewer.


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