But..but..but what about all that grey???
Grey or gray is an achromatic or neutral color.
Complementary colors are defined to mix to grey, either additively or subtractively, and many color models place complements opposite each other in a color wheel. To produce grey in RGB displays, the R, G, and B primary light sources are combined in proportions equal to that of the white point. In four-color printing, greys are produced either by the black channel, or by an approximately equal combination of CMY primaries. Images which consist wholly of neutral colours are called monochrome, black-and-white or greyscale.
The first recorded use of grey as a color name in the English language was in AD 700 Grey is the British spelling, whereas gray is the American spelling, though the latter was also in common usage in the UK until the second half of the 20th century, and the former is considered acceptable by most American dictionaries and is commonly seen in usage....
????? · 2011-11-10: 22:51
Simple - and simply perfect, Marjorie. It reminded me of an old Three Dog Night song, "Black and White".
Yes, this was perfect for curves challenge.
First i must say that i like this shot a lot. To my favs.
Second that perhaps the world is not in grey colours, but tones of brightnes and darkness, is that permit us to see it. You can see without colours, but it's imposible without grey tones, because they are just our way to feel the light.