Most photographers mainly work with color photography. Yet how often do you really think about color when composing an image? Color can be an important aspect in creating a strong composition. It can also lend a particular mood to an image. In this article we'll have a look at how you can use color to create strong images.Read the rest of this entry »
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There have been lots of books written about black and white photography, but relatively little is written on the subject of color photography. In some aspects this is understandable - black and white can be trickier since we do not see in black and white, thus we need more guidance on it.
However, since we are so used to seeing (and photographing) in color, it can be easy to overlook certain points when creating a color photograph. In this article I want to share a few ideas to help get you thinking more about the use of color in photography, and how it can be used to improve your photos.Read the rest of this entry »
Photography is all about light and shadow and of course colors. Use of color can breathe life into a still picture and make it lively. Ever since the invention of color film in 1935, it has been possible for photographers to capture the true color of their subjects through cameras.
Artists and painters learn the use of colors at the early days of their trade but the situation isn't simple for the photographers since the photograph reflects only the true color of the subject matter. But pro photographers have still found a way to improve a photograph with clever use of color which is discussed in this article. Hence, if you are planning for a photography holiday you may find this write-up interesting reading.Read the rest of this entry »