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Capture the Colour 2013
September 27th, 2013Contest, Interests, PhotographyNatalia 4 Comments

Travel Supermarket is once again running the Capture the Colour challenge. The rules are simple:  publish a blog post showcasing five favourite travel photographs which best capture the five different colours: red, blue, green, yellow and white. Karin from K and K Adventures tagged me the contest, leaving me no choice but to enter into the competition. Even though Jonathan’s hard drive is bursting with photographs, it still took me a couple of hours to find the photos I was satisfied with. I hope you like you will see. I let the pictures speak for themselves, I would really like you all to guess the locations.

If you would like to enter the competition here are the rules. Don’t forget to tweet at @travelsupermkt with #CTC13 before October, 9th.

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Red

2012-09-20 13.57.34

Blue

2012-08-29 11.11.56

Green

2012-08-06 18.10.31

Yellow

2012-09-23 18.12.11

White

2012-09-08 23.04.04

Tag, you’re it! I nominate:

Audrey of That Backpacker

Agness of eTramping

Toni of  Reclaiming my Future

Elicia of Life’s a Journee

Tiana of Tiana Kai 

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'4 Responses to “Capture the Colour 2013”'
  1. Wow, white! I love when people can pull of good lightning shots.
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  2. Heather says:

    That white shot is incredible! How did you manage to capture lightening? I’ve tried many times and consistently failed.
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    • Jonathan says:

      Thanks Heather,
      For the lightening pictures that evening I was lucky that our room was out on a covered pier. I just went to the end of the pier and pointed the camera at the areas where the most lightening was striking. I think I was out there for a few hours just playing around. For some I set a long shutter speed, put the camera on a mini tripod, and hoped to catch one. I ended up with a lot of black pictures but when lightening did strike it was very nice. I also put the camera on burst sometimes at f3.5, ISO 400, 1/20s and managed to hold the trigger in time.
      I finished with about 15 good ones that night. We’ll put some more up soon.
      Jonathan
      The settings I happened to be using were:

  3. They’re all beautiful but the white and the yellow are my favourites, gorgeous shots!

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