Weekly Photo Challenge: Purple

 

She ran from the left to the right, my camera followed her quickly, and the background blues and reds mixed and turned purple … exif data: Exposure 0.05 sec (1/20) – Aperture f/4.8
speedy-dancing-queen
photo by frizztext; for more click on the picture to visit my flickr photo stream …
compare some comments made to this photo at “Movement”:

granbee / Rose commented  "Now I KNOW you’re not such an old man, Frizz! 
This lady is very sensuous and totally alive 
in her movement in that fabulous costume..."
Ruth Bailey said: "I like the abstract quality of the blurred background. 
If one looks closely, there is a man dancing in the background, 
but the blurring makes him (also) just a blurry abstract of color, 
so he doesn’t distract from the focal point. Good job!"
Jo Bryant said:	"...there is so much life in this one… 
not only the movement but also the colour!"
Isadora wrote:  "I could see this framed and hung on a wall..."
spilledinkguy said: "I have never been very good at panning, 
but it looks like you have no problems with that skill..."
and thanks to George (read below) for his comment:
"Blue to magenta through red!"
frizz reply: I knew it's not exact purple, maybe it's
between magenta, orange and pink?

ANOTHER PURPLE EVENT: The opening ceremonies for the XXX. Olympic Games in London:
read my daily blog post at https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2012/07/28/olympic-games-2012/
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The Flame is Lit and Up
title=”The Flame is Lit and Up” photo was shot by WGSFB77, click on the picture to enter his flickr photostream
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PURPLE RAIN: by Prince & Beyoncé at Live Grammy Awards
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related: flickrcomments.wordpress.com: the weekly photo challenges!weekly-photo-challenge: Purple

 

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

34 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Purple

  1. Blue to magenta through red! great shot!

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  2. cocoaupnorth

    Stunning!

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  3. I love this woman … she looks like she is twirling and enjoying the music – whatever it may be; but I’d like to think it’s a sensual sultry tango. Beautiful image, Frizz. The flair of your movement of the camera captured a unique image. Nicely done ….
    Isadora

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  5. This is such a great photo–like the wind changed color!

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  6. Wow – stunning image…love the movement too

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  7. Looks like a gorgeous painting. Great use of shutter speed. 🙂

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  8. Great photo, love the colors…and purple.

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    The Photographer
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    The Photographer
    title=”The Photographer” photo by Spice ♥ Darling, on Flickr

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  10. Especially like the purple event for the challenge today!

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  11. I agree with the earlier comment…a nice mix here showing the range of what can be described as “purple”. And of course Prince has been called “his purpleness” before…:-)

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  12. Great interpretation of purple, FrizzText! Haha, we’ve got the same idea with the purple rain video. I knew you would use this song, but I didn’t expect you would go for the Live Grammy Awards as well 😀

    http://cassiemeetsworld.com/photography/purple/

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  13. Well done Frizz .. I remember that dancer 🙂

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  16. ponky

    amazing photos!

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  17. zebradaestepe

    I have some similar takes on the theme…

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  19. This is one of my favorite shots. 😉

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  20. Nice array – the motion and colors in your top photo are perfect!

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  21. Beautiful capture of the dancer! …and I do like the purple very much.

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    Lavender Heaven
    title=”Lavender Heaven” – photo by larsvandegoor.com, on Flickr

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  24. Many thanks for visiting my blog pages !

    I love the blue, purple, and lavender shots, and in a special way the ones that may have been remastered a little or a lot to improve their impact. I look less at the subject than at what has been done with it. It takes “eye” to do it well.

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  25. gailkav

    wow! great pic!

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