Share Six: February 2018: Color

Share Six is live once again and it seems like just the other day we were working on the January theme.  This month Katherine of Cobert Photography chose the theme color.  I love the different colors of crayons and pencil crayons, and for me that was a great way to represent the different color spectrums.  For the images I opted to use my 70-300mm lens so that I created a shallow depth of field image, slivers of focus.  I chose various setting using a frillede vase, directly on my desktop, positioned on a mirror and with solid base and backdrops.

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Thank you for joining me for this month’s Share Six.  This is a circle blog.  From the sneak peak images I have seen, you are going to want to follow the circle.  Please take time to visit my friend Liz of It’s Still Life Photography by Elizabeth Wilson and see what she has for you this month. Keep following the circle to see what the other photographers have shared this month.  Don’t forget to leave a little love on their page as well.

You can also find me on FacebookFlickrInstagramGoogle+ and Viewbug.

Now it is your turn. Don’t forget to like us on Facebook at Share Six and come and share your images on the theme {Color} throughout the month of January.  A new theme will come out on February 6.

Remember you can follow us on Instagram at @sharesix  and tag your images #sharesix_color.

You can also find the Share Six webpage at http://www.sharesix.wordpress.com

We look forward to seeing your images on the theme {Color}

 

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7 Comments on “Share Six: February 2018: Color

  1. Pingback: Share Six ~ Colour – Lynne Grant photography

  2. Sharleen! Your interpretation of this theme is knocking my socks off! I love the different ways you’ve captured these pencils so creatively and skillfully. The last image of the ends with all of the circles is particularly striking to me. And the one above it with the negative space is incredible! ❤

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