In this color photography tutorial Kate Woodman breaks down the science of color to it’s simplest form: light. Kate introduces the basic properties File size: 3.71 GB
Kate Woodman teaches how to take control of color
In their quest for better images, photographers often overlook the importance of color. Kate Woodman breaks down the science of color in photography and will show you why you need to make color a driving force behind all of your image making.
As photographers, we learn to craft and manipulate light. In its simplest form, color is just another way of seeing light. By taking a scientific approach to color in photography and analyzing the theory behind it and how it affects us, we can take control of color the way we do with light.
We can use color in photography to create a better story utilizing emotional cues, enhance our storytelling for the viewer, and invoke emotion to manipulate our audience to feeling a certain way. An essential course for portrait photographers.
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Understanding Color in Photography
By understanding color balance, color harmonies and how to manipulate color, Kate will show you how you can control mood and emotion for effective storytelling.
In this color photography tutorial Kate Woodman breaks down the science of color to it’s simplest form: light. Kate introduces the basic properties of color like hue, saturation, and luminosity. She then dives into color theory discussing color balance, color harmonies, spacial relationships, and how colors interact in imagery and in the real world.
After a in-depth lesson on color in photography and the science behind it, you will see Kate photograph on location and in-studio, objectively planning and utilizing color to create specific emotions in her images. You will then see Kate take her images to post production as a final step in controlling and manipulating color effectively. By the end of the tutorial you will see and understand color like never before. As soon as you start noticing color in photography and in the world, you can take your work to the next level.