This week was all about catching the rainbow. And boy did you have fun with this one! Your photos were bright, colorful, crisp and clear. Your shots were the perfect way to celebrate the first days of spring.

15 Colorful Photographs

15 COLORFUL PHOTOGRAPHS

1. Judy Macedo – I really like the green and yellow combination in this photo. The green background really makes the yellow pop out. And the depth of field is great!how to get better color in your photos

2. Colleen Richert - I did a double take with this one. At first, I thought it was a black and white with selective coloring {which I normally do not like}. However when done naturally, like you have done, it really works. The colors on the umbrella really stand out!how to get better color in your photos

3. Jan Sumner – Don’t you just love playing with food! The lighting in your photograph really highlights all of the nooks and crannies of the pasta and gives dimension to your photo.

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4. Leslie Gonce – There’s something about a beach sunset. Those colors are gorgeous!

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5. Debbie Shiraishi –  Bright sunflowers always cheer me up! The yellow flower against the bright blue sky make a great color combination.

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6. Monica McGuire – This is such a fun photo. It also shows off aperture and depth of field. By using a bright white background, your colors pop even when they are blurry.

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7. Barbara Berg – I really like how you showed off colors in a simple way.  You captured all the shades of green {even in your whites}.

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8. Collette Kraft – I love how the colors are framing that adorable little face!

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9. Lynn Vanasse – Looks like we have the same tastes in books! This was such a fun idea and a great way to capture your child’s interests. I’m so glad you put that arm in there! It creates a story behind the shot.

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10. Gail Starr – Love all these rich colors! When you capture seasonal changes, like the leaves turning, it gives the viewer a sense of when these images were taken.

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11. Marsha Mood –  This photo really has me in the mood for spring! Again, having a green background helped the yellow and oranges really stand out in this one.

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12. Debbie Haggard - I love a crisp blue background, especially when you’re photographing white! The little pops of pink in the center of your flowers really makes this shot its own.

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13. Tracey Miller - You were really creative in this one! You had to shoot this at just the right angle to capture the rainbow reflection. Great catch!

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14. Kessie Jennissen – Even though I am ready for the snow to stop, I do love when I can catch the light reflecting just right off the top of it. It looks like glitter!

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15. Debbie Marker  – I really like that you put these in water. The water bubbles really draw me in. And the crisp, bright colors are absolutely stunning!

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Now that you’ve seen them, tell us which photograph is your favorite!

Missed the tutorial? Check out my tips and tricks for getting the best color out of your photographs.

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