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Battle: Monotone Portraits

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Jan 10

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The theme for this week’s battle is Monotone. Each of these images are great representations of what you can do with a monotone image. Using one predominant hue you can drive a certain emotion or mood of an image. Playing that hue with the surroundings helps to bring an image together and get rid of clutter. Each of these images use props in an interesting way as well which helps to add interest to the images.


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If you would like one of your images battled against another, just post it to the Flickr Phlearn Group and tag it with PhlearnBattle. Your image is now available to battle!

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  • Sarah Place

    Oh wow! I am so thrilled, excited, honored!! Thank you so much for for featuring my photo! No words for how excited I am! Andri and Petra, beautiful work!!

  • Simon Kjaeldgaard-Greising

    Andris image was in my opinion the most story telling one. You cant help but wonder how he got there and why and also off course what he is about to do.
    The other images are great as well but Andris was imo slightly better :)

  •ðisá/1592784472 Andri Gerðisá

    Wow, My Image in a Phlearn battle!!!!! AWESOME!!!

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