digital colour wheel with blake rudis part 2

In interview, Tutorial by Bob Wild

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Once photography enters your bloodstream, it’s like a disease


Thanks for coming back for part 2 of the Color theory for photographers with Blake Rudis of F64 Academy and

Continuing with comparing the digital colour wheel, and the fine art wheel, and a bunch of Photoshop tips.
There are many ways to use the digital colour wheel. We discuss the three most basic that photographers should know as some of these are the easiest to understand, and they make the most sense for colour harmony. We also discuss monochromatic, what is monochromatic simply put, It’s just an all-in-one colour photo that intensity changes based on the amount of black or white. What to learn more watch the show or do a Google search for colour theory or colour relationships. You will find tons of information.
There’s so much to know in this area of colour. We go into an in-depth discussion about curves, hue, and saturation. Once you understand what you’re trying to emphasize in a photo, you will start to make proactive adjustments not reactive. So if you want your Reds to stand out, by using these tips mentioned in the move, you can cut your process time. But remember that experimentation is now free. We live in a world of non-destructive editing where we can work on our image without destroying the original photo. Trial and error is the best way to learn, or should we say playing in Photoshop, what do we mean? You can make the worst possible adjustments to your pictures and still recovery or start over again. If you understand color theory and the digital wheel, you play time becomes more productive. Once people understand the digital colour wheel and theory of colour, their images in the post process will go to the next level.

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