Colours of the rainbow.
Colours which define and shape a composition as effectively as a shape,
a shaft of light or dark shadows leading the eye to any given point.
Colours which define a mood, which give character to an image.
Within this book are a selection of photographs which hopefully succeed in illustrating this point.
Photographs which run the full range of the rainbow, from red to yellow to green to blue and finally to the rich tones of the all powerful black and white.
Follow them and, if you like, like Judy Garland, follow
‘The Yellow Brick Road’ along to the end enjoying the journey along the way.
Red, Yellow, Green, Blue and Black and White.
You’ll find them all here at the end of the rainbow.
David deVeson started his professional career in London as Art Editor on London Life, Woman's Mirror and The Tatler. He later worked in advertising for many years as Creative Director for McCann-Erickson and Ogilvy & Mather in England, Italy, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Spain and Portugal. Later he directed television commercials throughout Europe, The Middle East and Australia.
Founding partner of the production company B.F.C.S and Partners in Milan, he now concentrates on photography and writing from his home in Umbria.