Q&A: Photographer Paul Octavious’ vibrant images find Pantone colors in real-life scenarios




Chicago-based photographer Paul Octavious sees color everywhere, whether he's standing in an empty alleyway or in front of a lush field. But Octavious doesn't see just any colors, he sees specific hues and tints that align with the industry-standard Pantone Matching System, which is used by printers and designers to ensure color accuracy. As part of his new photo series titled, appropriately, The Pantone Project, Octavious has been photographing himself holding Pantone swatches in front of real-life scenes that match the specific…

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via Imaging Resource News Page http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2013/06/05/qa-photographer-paul-octavious-vibrant-images-find-pantone-colors-in-real-l

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