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Photography Tutorials — Color

Photography » Color — over 7 years ago
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As with all photography you must always think before you shoot an image. Take the time to ponder the scene and work out what works in the composition. Look at what colors are available and where they are, how much color to include and how to use it.
Photography » Color — almost 8 years ago
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Colour is everywhere. We're surrounded by it, we can't avoid it and therefore we tend to take it for granted when we take photos. But take it for granted, and you're likely to end up with mediocre photos. Just because colour is everywhere doesn't mean you shouldn't pay attention to how it affects your images. We see so many average photos each day - in magazines, on the internet, in books - that sometimes it's easy to forget that colour photography can be a magical, evocative medium. We've pu
Photography » Color — almost 8 years ago
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This video and screencast tutorial explains to you how you can edit one colour that is present throughout an image, in different areas, using the Advanced Color Editor in Capture One 5 Pro, the Saturation panel in Aperture 2, and the HSL/Color/Luminance panel in Lightroom 2.
Photography » Color — about 8 years ago
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Black and white photography is a beautiful medium and an artform practised by some of the world’s greatest photographers. But newcomers to black and white photography, however much they enjoy it, may miss one thing – colour. The good news is that it’s easy to add colour to black and white images. Photographers have been doing it for decades, both in the darkroom and digitally, through a process called toning.
Photography » Color — over 8 years ago
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If you are new to screen printing, you may not know where to begin when it comes to getting artwork ready for printing. Separating images into colors is an important step. Luckily Photoshop makes this pretty easy. I am going to show you how in just a few easy steps.
Photography » Color — almost 9 years ago
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Instructor Richard Harrington shows you how to use Aperture 2 to identify and fix parts of your images that are over or underexposed.
Photography » Color — almost 10 years ago
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Learn why the colors of your pictures sometimes look dull and why your pictures look flat and un-sharp. Find out what you can do about it.
Photography » Color — over 9 years ago
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High dynamic range (HDR) photography is used to capture a broader depth of color and light; many photographers have different editing styles.
Photography » Color — over 9 years ago
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Use Photoshop CS2 to create selective coloring in a photo or graphic. This entails desaturating (removing color from) certain elements of a picture and leaving (or enhancing) other colors in a photograph. I will show you how to do this using mask layers.
Photography » Color — over 9 years ago
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This tutorial provides a detailed overview of achieving a realistic change in eye color. Two demonstrations are performed, one performing a change from a naturally brown eyed girl to having lighter blue eyes, and changing a girl who has naturally light blue/grey eyes to having dark brown eyes.
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