Anthony Epes

Website admin -Owner of Anthony Epes photography and Cities at dawn website and related businesses.

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  1. Yves Gagné
    September 7, 2018 @ 12:28 pm

    Last year we traveled to Ireland. It was so rainy and cloudy that it was difficult to find a positive way of seeing things. The day we were at Moher’s cliffs was has rainy has I ever seen. So mutch gray and green, but what I discoverd, is how much I like to have clouds in my photograph, It really it helps to enhance the sky.
    When i look back at 2015, and our trip to the western Parks of Utah and Arizona, it’s a total different story.
    The color of the rock, the reddish mountains versus the blue sky. I was starting photography but when I look at my photographs, I find them more appealing than the ones taken last year. So I guess your’e right about how color can change our mood.
    Have a nice week.

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    • Epes
      November 6, 2018 @ 1:07 pm

      Colour, light and weather – wow they really do change everything in a photo. I like to really explore natural colours too though – so much to be seen in the greens and greys if the light is interesting. If the light is flat and boring then it’s too tough! Light makes all the difference

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  2. - Cities at Dawn
    November 19, 2018 @ 11:59 am

    […] Di and I are working on a post about the colour blue (coming hot on the heels of our blog about the colour purple.) […]

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  3. Emily
    November 19, 2018 @ 10:50 pm

    I love purple too! It’s a colour associated with death in some cultures – Italian, I believe – and there was that poem about looking forward to being an old lady so the writer could wear purple.

    It’s the colour of Sahasrara chakra, the crown, and connects us to the universe. I particularly like a bit of purple in combination with yellow – opposite colours. I have a post of my won about purple on my blog.

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  4. Article: The Mesmerising Qualities Of The Colour Blue In Your Photography - Anthony Epes
    March 8, 2019 @ 3:35 pm

    […] article in an occasional series about colour. I decided to start bold – and went for the colour purple. This time I want to go to one of my favourite colours to photograph – […]

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