CAP­TURE YOUR BEST EVER PHO­TOS

DIS­COVER THE BEST SET­TINGS, STYLES AND SUB­JECTS FOR TAK­ING YOUR MOST IM­PACT­FUL SHOTS YET

Digital Photograper - - Contents -

Learn how to shoot im­pact­ful images brim­ming with beau­ti­ful colour, from cam­era set­tings through to the edit

Colour is one of the most dy­namic com­po­si­tional el­e­ments there is. it car­ries emo­tional mes­sages, con­veys mood and feel­ings, and helps us to tell sto­ries. it can also be used in a prac­ti­cal way to draw the eye to cer­tain parts of the frame, cre­ate con­trast or a sense of har­mony.

colour is ev­ery­where in life and preva­lent in all types of de­sign, from in­te­rior dec­o­rat­ing to cin­e­matog­ra­phy. But that be­ing said, even the best pho­tog­ra­phers can strug­gle to un­der­stand its im­por­tance, and how it can be shifted, edited and used with pur­pose to en­hance cre­ative ideas. have you ever looked back at one of your pho­tos where all the el­e­ments seemed right at the time, and yet the fi­nal re­sult is dis­ap­point­ing? the chances are the colour needs some work.

so why is colour so im­por­tant? in this fea­ture, find out how and why dif­fer­ent cam­era set­tings suit dif­fer­ent sub­jects. We’ll also be demon­strat­ing some bright and beau­ti­ful projects for you to try your hand at. in some gen­res it might seem im­pos­si­ble to con­trol colour, but that’s def­i­nitely not the case – even in nat­u­ral land­scapes, we’ll ex­plain how your shoot­ing lo­ca­tion, time and even lens choice im­pact the fi­nal sat­u­ra­tion. Lastly, there’s some edit­ing tu­to­ri­als on hand both for en­hanc­ing tones or even chang­ing them com­pletely. Ready for some high-end help on hues? Read on!

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