Big Splashes of Color

How about some magnificent, over the top, vibrant, knock-your-socks-off color photography to enjoy? You’ll see examples of beautiful color images from every part of the world.

Chaouen by carmelopgh
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Photo by Robert Lalancette
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The pink portal by Pinaki Mitra
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Photo by Helena de Sousa
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Northern Territory Gouldian Finch
by Richard Finnigan
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Big Splashes of Color
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Shots that Demand Attention

What is the most powerful color – of the ‘power colors’? Why the color red, of course. Red is so distinctive that it can take a pretty ordinary subject and turn it into something memorable. Check out these fine examples!

“The Lady of The Sea ” by Wenche Jostad
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Photo by Carla Roque
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“Red dress” by Tommi Mattila
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“Red Shutters” by James Swartz
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“Casa das Rosas (São Paulo, Brazil)” by Alex Reipert
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Shots that Demand Attention
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Superb images by Jeremy Walter, winner of the IBTimes UK minimalist architecture photography competition

When International Business Times UK joined forces with EyeEm to launch The Graphic City a minimalist architecture photography competition, we asked EyeEm’s community of photographers to come up with creative compositions highlighting interesting angles, shapes and converging lines in cities and towns.
The response far exceeded our expectations in terms of both numbers and quality; we received more than 46,000 entries from all over the world. Thankfully, the initial judging was done by EyeEm’s patented technology, which uses machine learning and neural networks to assess all of the images on their aesthetic quality and how well they fit the brief. Once the computer had done all the hard work, the humans stepped in.
By David Sim

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Superb images by Jeremy Walter, winner of the IBTimes UK minimalist architecture photography competition
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Martina Biccheri

Martina Biccheri was born in Rome, loves visual arts and is inspired by the little things. She takes part to art shows worldwide, teaches photography in American Universities and in 2013, she is Winner in the Architecture category for Sony World Photography Awards 2013, her work has been selected from 48,184 images entered from 160 countries.

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Martina Biccheri Photography

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