Following on my tutorial with the tutors I began to generate colour schemes using Adobe Kuler based on some of the photographs I had taken at Brighton Beach. During the tutorial it was noted that the photographs reflect Brighton well due to the bright and varied colours present, therefore the tutors suggested experimenting with colour through screen printing. After discussions with the screen printing technicians I found that it would be possible to experiment and create a final outcome in the time remaining due to booking the screen printing beds, however the idea of experimenting with colour still appeals to me.
The photographs above are all from Brighton Beach and our bright and colourful and mainly feature natural forms, therefore I could experiment with colour by contrasting the natural colourful imagery of the beach with industrial erosion and weathering. In the next week I plan on visiting Portslade, the industrial centre of Brighton and Hove, in the hopes of photographing industrial erosion and weathering as well as the industrial forms of the machinery present.