Thanks. So brown pearls are not unusual or modern style in that they
match her hair, or are that color? Also, can you tell me if the photos
by the African flags drew attention to or portrayed the colors, prints
of Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Obama's outfits in a different or modern way?
I wanted to know if the angle of some or all of the photos which seemed
to include the red and black and shape of the pattern of the design on one of the flags matching the open triangular pattern on Mrs. Obama's dress or what the photos included was any kind of new trend as of
2013, or has that been done before? I couldn't tell. It relates to why the
things were done though which you have answered about, great.
The 'colors of tennis' you mention: has this type of thing seen recently, been done before? Is the whimsical and 'call attention to themselves'
aspect a new or newer thing, referring to the examples in this question?
Or has this exact type of thing you refer to been done before this year?
I wanted to know if it has been done for those reasons or if that has
been the situation in 2012, or earlier. I thought the tennis ball colors Ms.
Sharapova wore, which you said was acceptable, (hoping that was it), could
have been more whimsical than acceptable. What do you say? This computer is spacing on its own if the lines are not closer on this post. It does that sometimes.You got this it seems, but : I have seen hairstyles this year which seem to make the
point that the hair all matches, in color. The style separates parts of the hair in a
way that is not as traditionally flattering but seems to not be necessary except that
it matches, is the same color, which is the point (a point) being made besides just
the haircut. Is that being done like that?
Since I'm here, is red a color that makes the wearer feel especially
more secure this year, in 2013, for any reason besides it is trendy, does it hold significance for someone or people who are setting the trends or popular or is it related to something that would make the wearer feel included or very acceptable in a favorable way? Do people wear it knowing it means something special to important people or others beyond those they are in
direct contact with, people they may meet or be exposed to? Is
it 'in' in any special way this year?
So, with Laura Bush are the tan pearls matching her hair a point, or not at all? Is that something being done this year more than in the past? In the article with the
Wimbledon photos, there is an orange ball and it matches something orange in the background and the Nike logos seem to match (Ms. Sharapova on the link you sent), are photos like that seen in the news and from society and charity events,featuring more matching this year than in the past? I am comparing it, and when it started to happen. Are there more pictures of animals with the fur matching other animals in the picture or the background colors, are there clothing colors worn like a dress that matches the wood trim on the wall behind the clothing in a picture, and in a scene, say a fence matching the background or sky more, and is that being done more in 2013 than before? Need to know that...also, is red this year something that has been established because of a favorite color of a member of the upper class or establishment somewhere or more than one member, is it attached to something they value or was it made to do that then became popular, or why, is it popular? Does it make someone important remember something they like or make them more comfortable, what is the main point or points here? Was it established in a different way than in the past? Thanks.
And, is the matching done for whimsical reasons or part of the point in pictures the point, or is that not it at all? If it is, is it being done more in 2013 than before this year? THANKS.
And is the matching part of the point, whimsical? Is a dress that matches the
wood paneling on a wall behind the dress for a picture, is that done so the viewers can appreciate that it matches, and realize it is on purpose sort of and not that it is poor quality or that something was not attended to or forgotten? Can you give me an example of what you mean when you speak of the matching that is more in
2013? Thanks. Is it just good photography or whatever, or is the matching the point somewhat with it being part of the experience, something not always or
usually seen? Is it at all funny or any other meaning behind it like symbol of good taste in your opinion? Like, it says, I realize this does match?
Great, I will wait for that. Is the extent of that including things that look bad or quite unusual, not good, then one realizes it matches? I got a credit card with dark palm trees in the corner on a blue background, and they were curved and looked like a circle of trees and it was like a picture of the earth or a globe. Is anything surprising except it matches, is anyone going to the extent of posing such that their hair matches something brown in the background on purpose? Thanks.
And, anything that obviously would not match shown as matching, that being a point or the point?
Hi again, and thanks for your patience.First, allow me to address the credit card you describe. This sounds like it's holographic (3-D) and made to look like the earth, as an advertisement for the credit card company, like, we 'encircle' the earth and can help everyone get what they want. It sounds like a beautiful design and it was done that way on purpose.Unless a print ad or tv commercial is for a hair care or hair color product, I don't think the wooden accents would be used purposely; it simply demonstrates the look the advertiser wants to achieve. A blonde could pose with a darker wood color in the background and it would offset the lighter hair color.I think you'll find this interesting: http://super.nova.org/DPR/Backgrounds/I've researched re: photographers making more of an effort to match their subject to the background in this year, 2013, and couldn't find anything on that specific topic, only general suggestions for taking good photographs, so I don't think it's being done any more or less, this year.
As far as 'anything that obviously would not match shown as matching, that being a point or the point?' which you asked about, If this is being done with mismatched clothing and/or photos and backgrounds, I think this is done to attract attention because it is unusual and not 'the norm'. It will draw your interest because it is 'different'. Whether people like it or not, is an individual preference.
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