A Pastel Wedding Color Scheme And 19 Dreamiest Pastel Wedding Decoration Ideas To Inspire You – Pastels Can Work For Any Season

As basic as it may sound, our favorite colors for a spring wedding are pastel tones. How could anyone resist the soft, airy shades of light blue, pink, purple, yellow, and more?! Whether you are hosting a quintessential spring garden wedding, a micro-wedding at home, or traditional nuptials, consider these unique pastel wedding ideas for your big day. From your invitation suite to your wedding cake, pastels can appear in every aspect of your wedding day. And, the color scheme can suit any wedding style. Consider saying “I do” under an abundant pastel-colored floral arch for a romantic theme. Or,

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Mastering Color: The Psychology Of The Color Blue And Its Use In Photography

As one of the three primary colors in traditional colour theory and the RGB colour model, blue’s greatest impact is in its capacity to convey strong emotion. Painter Vincent van Gogh once said “I never get tired of the blue sky”, his fascination proving integral to many of his most famous paintings. In this article, we’ll have a detailed look at the history of blue in visual arts and what it means for your photography. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF BLUEColor has a profound effect on our psychology. Rayleigh scattering, an optical phenomenon that causes the sea and sky to appear blue,

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Mastering Color – The Psychology Of The Color Purple And Its Use In Photography

Purple has had a long history in visual arts. From prehistoric to modern artworks, purple has come to represent aspects of religion, royalty and status. In this article, we’ll look back on the history of the color purple, its evolution and its impact in the context of modern visual art. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF PURPLEIn the traditional color wheel used by artists, violet and purple are placed between red and blue. Purple takes up the space closer to red, between crimson and violet. Violet is positioned closer to blue.  Despite this, both violet and purple are often placed under the one

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Mastering Color – The Psychology Of The Color Orange And Its Use In Photography

Situated between yellow and red on the visible spectrum, orange has a long history in visual culture. Dubbed the “happiest color” by Frank Sinatra, we’ll take a look at the color orange and its significance from antiquity to contemporary art. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF ORANGENamed after the citrus fruit, the word orange is derived from the old French phrase orenge. The earliest use of the word orange in English dates back to the 1300s. However, orange’s use as the name of a color didn’t occur until the early 1500s. Before that, orange was simply called yellow-red. The distinctive orange color of

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Mastering Color: The Psychology Of The Color Yellow And Its Use In Photography

In her diary, Frida Kahlo once wrote, “Yellow: madness, sickness, fear (part of the sun and of joy).” As one of the oldest pigments used by humans, the spectrum of attributes associated with yellow makes it an enduring presence in art and design. In this article, we’ll look at the evolution and artistic impact of yellow from prehistoric to contemporary visual arts. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF YELLOWAs one of yellow’s oldest embodiments, the sun and yellow are inextricably linked, the qualities of the sun (warmth, energy, and radiance) reflected in human perceptions of the color yellow. Throughout history, the sun came

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