Yellow

by Robert Santafede

"Yellow" the first black and white photograph in the series "Yellow" by Robert Santafede

"Yellow" the second black and white photograph in the series "Yellow" by Robert Santafede

↓ click for audio (Porcupine Tree, Heartattack in a Layby)

Comments have been pretty weird lately.. Some messages were being tagged as spam (Thanks Carl for pointing it out!) and I really don’t check my spam folder, so my apologies for a late response/approval.

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53 Comments to “Yellow”

  1. Great lines. I prefer the first image.

  2. I like the first one because the yellow is very subtle and it fits well πŸ™‚

  3. Porcupine Tree is one my all time favorites. I like the first one better… probably the angles.

  4. Fantastic, tune fits perfectly..

  5. Prefer the first shot but the angles on both are great.

  6. Also prefer the first one, nice shot

  7. Great perspective and I love the colour Robert

  8. the second image has some impressive compositional elements, incredibly well arranged – kudos πŸ™‚

  9. Very cool shot..:-)

  10. The black and white shot is dramatic as it is, but the brilliance of the yellow cables is really stunning! πŸ™‚

  11. Terrific! Wildly creative on that second one.

  12. WOW! Wonderful in both versions! But my favorite is the B&W

  13. Really amazing shots! I prefer the first one for its composition!

  14. Must add – love it. It was a WOW moment. ~ Patty

  15. Beautiful shot. The B&W goes with the sadness.

  16. Amazing add on colour!

  17. It is like a surreal dream world in the BW one. I like it, bewildering.

  18. Striking visual…nicely done.

  19. Hey, Robert. I see you are as creative as ever. Really cool and I vote yellow…

  20. Hi Robert, you are such a skilled artist when it comes controlling and balancing the tonal range. In the first photo your placement of highlights on the bridge and in the cloud enhances what is already a stunning composition with space and bridge sitting in perfect harmony. The yellow against such a strong sky in the second makes for a more crowded image.

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