Avoid colour clip­ping

Digital Photo (UK) - - YOUR PICTURES -

Un­nat­u­ral, grey-look­ing high­lights and clipped colours (where ar­eas that should be de­tailed fall into solid red, green or blue), are usu­ally the product of edit­ing while us­ing a badly cal­i­brated mon­i­tor. In Tony’s shot, the prob­lem can be seen in the fore­ground and in the huts on the hori­zon, too.

To avoid these prob­lems oc­cur­ring, en­sure that your screen is prop­erly cal­i­brated, us­ing a de­vice such as the ex­cel­lent Dat­a­color Spy­der 5 Elite, and you’ll im­me­di­ately see a huge dif­fer­ence in your edited im­ages.


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