Different Shades Of White Paint

Different Shades Of White Paint – Truck Camper Awning – Shrubs For Part Shade.

Different Shades Of White Paint

different shades of white paint

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  • (A Different Shade) A Different Shade is a 2007 album from Swedish singer Erik Segerstedt, released on February 1, 2007, and debuted at number two on the Swedish album chart . The album spawned two singles, “Can’t Say I’m Sorry”, a number-one single, and “How Did we Change”, a number-two single.

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  • (White painting) Monochromatic painting has been an important component of avant-garde visual art throughout the 20th century and into the 21st century.

different shades of white paint – Adorama Belle

Adorama Belle Drape Old Masters Series, 10' x 24' Painted Muslin Background, Shades of Purple with White Hot Spot.
Adorama Belle Drape Old Masters Series, 10' x 24' Painted Muslin Background, Shades of Purple with White Hot Spot.
Create the photos of your dreams! With different backgrounds, all your portraits will be a custom photograph. With several backgrounds in your arsenal of photo equipment, you can pick the background that best fits the special outfit the sitter brought in. Young or old, male or female, individual or a wedding party, the right background can mean the difference between an average photo and an award winning, family treasured portrait! Adorama has studied for many years the needs and wants of the beginner, advanced and professional photographer. All the equipment that bears the Adorama name meets these essential qualifications, equipment that is dependable at a fair price. The Adorama Belle Drape Muslins are no different. High quality fade resistant paints and dyes are matched with fine muslin material by background artists. The result, a beautifully painted muslin background at a price that allows all levels of photographers to own several. The “Old Masters” Series consist of abstract color swirls and lines, mixing several different colors or shades with paintbrush and sponge to offer a pleasing, muslin background for portraits. A lighter area in the center helps to create the illusion of depth in the photograph


Alix, the white photo shoot

The set
This was the first photoshot I had done and I decided to keep the cube in its purest form, all white, because it would be easier to do a photo shoot which shows someone who is trying to camouflage and disappear from the world that way.

The message…
For this photo shoot I wanted to portray a victim which is just so overwhelmed with what is happening to them that they are just so confused and scared, that they try to blend into their surroundings, camouflage, and go on in the world unnoticed, to escape the present and future, to try to disappear, that they cant take what is happening to them anymore, that they have reached their breaking point and there just going to give up.
Also to demonstrate being so isolated to the point that you are different to everyone else around you and you cant just feel like you can relate to the people or be yourself, like you’re a different species- thus the need to show ‘different’ in being painted a different colour.
White is a shade which is used for plain objects such as paper and as a clean starting point for work like typing, drawing, ect. White is also a colour which is pure and innocent, and that’s what I wanted my victim to be portrayed as, innocent, to a certain extent….
In the photos you can see a very small amount of black which is the eye make-up and the models naturally black hair, these things are apart of her, one has been applied and one is natural. These show some negativity and that there is a ‘bad’ part of her, and I feel that this is very open meaning and I feel it necessary to let viewers to make up there mind and decide for themselves about what they believe and chose between the following: Everyone has ability to be bad or good, these qualities are in everyone, you have the ability to do what you want and make your own choices… so we believe, but if we were to bring religion into this ‘realistic belief’ and the aspect of ‘fate’ that everything happened for reason, that God has a plan for us- we are not in control of our own life, is it him or us doing these wrong things? And if it is him, does he have the right to judge us whether we go to heaven or hell?
So the blackness of her natural hair symbolises fate and God that we aren’t in control with our own lives that we are just in this cinema watching our life awaiting the end to see what happens.
And the blackness of her applied eye make-up symbolises that we are in control of our own life and that she has the ability to chose to get out of this situation. We can’t control the natural occurring or can we.

karma, fate and the balance of good vs bad are things which Im very confused about, and I believe in God, but fate and karma, there are so many bad things in this world which happen to good people, and then with bad people, people who murder and rape others, are they being punished with jail terms which are getting more and more lenient or are they doing the punishing?

The image shows the suffering of a victim and is questioning the reasons for her suffering, and who is it really by- reality or fate???

I think the meaning of this photo shoot is a lot harder to come by, by just looking at the image, and that its very deep and that I am making a big move by criticising god, but so many people put so much faith into God, prey to him and live by ‘it was mean to be’, but I want to know, ‘is it?’

Also the white paint is cracking off her body; this also shows the healing process from being hurt or suffering, that time can heal, and that people have different ways of dealing with it, like talking about it, being alone to think or screaming at the top of your lungs.

The model…
I use my friend from outside of school for this photo shoot, Alix. I first asked her is if she was ok with her entire body being painted white, so she knew what waould going on, because I had been rejected by so many others who were really not into the idea of being covered in white paint, and it would be wrong to trick some one into it.
She was pretty good at posing, and found some discomfort when the paint was drying on her body. I am happy with the photos I have chosen.

The make-up, hair clothes and costume…
Pretty much the theme was to have Alix white all over. I bought a white sports bra to cover Alixs top half and none of us had any white pants or shorts so we improvised and Alix wore a white singlet top as a skirt to cover her bottom half over her underwear and white acrylic and face paint was used to cover everywhere else. I originally didn’t intend to have her hair black but I couldn’t find any white hairspray anywhere, or her to be wearing black eyeliner but her eyes looked too plain and I couldn’t put paint too close to her eyes- but these two aspects in the ended working out for the best.

For lighting I used natural light and flash light. Klieg light was an idea to trial but I didn’t have access to it at the time of the photo shoot.
With using natural light that meant

Classic white living room: Benjamin Moore neutral shades + soft fabrics + pelment

Classic white living room: Benjamin Moore neutral shades + soft fabrics + pelment
Designer Angela Free used four different shades of Benjamin Moore white paint in this living room: Spanish White on the inner wall molding; White Dove on the outer wall molding; White Opulence on the molding and crown trim; and Sand Dollar on the ceiling. Free describes this latter color as a "a very pale rosy white"; she painted it in high gloss to create "a soft reflective glow." Decorative artist Katherine Jacobus painted a subtle faux linen effect on all the molding to give it a sense of depth and dimension.

Free writes: "My objective with this room was to create a sense of light, calm, and livable comfort — an intimacy and a juxtaposition of soft colors popped with contrasts. Richness and depth in fabrics and window treatments are minimized to allow as much light as possible to enter the space."

Photo from decorati.com.

different shades of white paint

different shades of white paint

ThinkPad: A Different Shade of Blue
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