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Color photography that utilizes colors of the same family throughout the shot. NOT Black and White photography. I.e. Blue car shot against a blue wall, or Orange house against an orange sunset sky are ok, as long as your subject is in the same color family as the background. Please do NOT use photoshop to replace colors. Let's all go for monochrome madness!
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Thursday, 13th February, 2014 (GMT)
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