But when the colors are not right, the desire for the food in your photo is lost. This post talks about adjusting and correcting the colors in your photographs.
On day 19, we talked about need for right color in bit more detail, so let’s jump directly to the tip. For this tip, I have another video that will help you understand how to adjust and correct color in
The video below explains how to adjust 3 important aspects of color – hue, saturation and luminescence. The video uses Lightroom for this tutorial but same can be achieved by using other softwares as well. Quick one-liners about hue, saturation and luminescence.
Hue adjustment will change a tone of your colors in your image.
Saturation is the intensity of the color and purity of the color.
Luminescence is basically an adjustment of brightness of the color.
We shared this resource previously – Vision and Voice by David duChemin.
Captivating Color another great eBook specifically on color and importance of color and using color to communicate your ideas.
Lightroom at Amazon.
For today’s assignment, open your post processing tool. Open an image in this tool and adjust its saturation, hue and luminescence. Just play with image and see how adjust each one of this affect the mood of the image and if that changes what you are trying to communicate.
Photo by anikaviro
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