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 monochrome: 1. Comes from the Greek monochromos, meaning "one colour", which is a combination of monos, meaning "alone" or "solitary", and chroma, meaning "colour".
Source: Wikipedia

2. Identifying an image that consists of tones of a single hue, such as blue, or of a neutral hue (grey), or a process that produces such images.
Source: The Focal Encyclopedia of Photography

Monochrome images rely on the range of tones they contain for their impact, rather than a range of colours.

Digital cameras usually provide black and white or sepia options to allow capture of monochromatic images, while image editing software offers many more options for producing one colour images.

DIG members used their imaginations to capture images featuring "One Colour", as shown below.

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Blue monochrome
 

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Mary Daly
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Ian Chesterfield
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Neville Donnet
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Pam Donnet
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Geoff Turton
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Robin Ireland
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Robin Dinham
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Marcia McRae
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Joyce Pickup
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Marilyn Schell
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Margaret Barnett
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Cecilia Kramar
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Joan Curtis
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Ken McRae
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Evelyn Rogers
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Gladys Brooks
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Barry Porter
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Kay A'Court
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Jean McCormick