MyPhotoSchool - Online Photo Course Week 4

It's Emma's final week of the MyPhotoSchool course she's enrolled in.

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It's the final week of MyPhotoSchool course in landscape photography. This week, it's all about colour theory.

Lesson 4: Colour Theory

This week, my tutor, Sue Bishop, said I'd submitted my best image yet for last week's assignment on composition, which was a huge compliment, and a surprise, as I didn't think it was that strong. It's an image of a local shopping centre and I submitted it as the image using lines for last week's assignment. For more information on last week's assignment, click here.

Meadowhall

Sue said she liked the uniformity of the lines, as well as the well exposed light of the sky, which is just getting dark.

This week's assignment is all about colour theory. I've been out shooting images using pastel and saturated colours as well as images that have interesting foregrounds, backgrounds and feature patterns in the landscape. I really love the bright and vibrant colours in the photo of Thoresby Hall from a distance below. Let's hope my tutor likes it too!

Saturated colours

I've submitted my final assignment on the course now, and I've really enjoyed getting out and photographing my local landscapes.

Look out for next week's instalment when I'll let you know how I did overall and give my verdict on MyPhotoSchool.

Take a look at the introduction to MyPhotoSchool, and my diary entries for week1, week 2 and week3.

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