The Color of Freedom

This month’s prompt for Sinful Sunday is to add a color filter to your photo(s) to see how it changes the mood of the photo.

The image I chose is one of me wearing a slave collar and I’m pulled towards the person across from me, using the ring. This collar is heavy and when I have to wear it, it sets me free.

I used a couple of color filters on this, because I wanted to compare the effect it has on the original image. This is the first time ever I used a color filter on photos, and where I love seeing it in photos of others, I need to see all the images in one go to be able to understand what a color filter really does to a photo. This is the reason why I am posting the original image, as well as the six color filters I have used – blue, cyan, green, purple, red and yellow. The bigger photo is the original, and the filters I used run clockwise around the original image.

Which one is your favorite?

 

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19 thoughts on “The Color of Freedom

  1. I’m usually drawn towards purple and this tea is no different. I find the image tranquil and it makes me feel the same sense of calmness when Sir places my collar around my neck.

  2. Despite my obvious bias, the first one with its pale purple tones is my favourite, but only just. I simply love them all.
    It’s awesome seeing everyone playing with the colour filters

  3. The toned down color one as well. Though the un filtered one has beautiful co trast sitb you skin tone, the metal, and then the flash of red from your hair.

  4. I’m drawn to the hot pink. It somehow reflects the intensity of being collared and pulled hungrily toward someone.

  5. Frankly, I think this really lends itself well to the poster/Warhol effect. If I were forced to choose just one, though, I like the red 🙂

    ~Kazi xxx

  6. I love this! You have a beautiful collar Rebel and I love the way the finger is looped in and drawing you to the person in front of you. It speaks volumes.

  7. I like the purple. It adds a degree of strangeness but in a calm way.
    The yellow feels challenging, the cyan kind of gritty. The red’s too calming, and I don’t know what the pink has me feeling. The green: no.

  8. This is a gorgeous image. I think for me the favourites would be the original and cyan, with possibily a bit of red thrown in 😉

    Velvet x

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