Creating Mood & Mystery In Your Street Photography (Featuring Joshua Jackson)
What is the curiosity gap and how does it relate to street photography? Understanding this concept will help you add mood & mystery to your imagery.
Datacolor Releases SpyderX, Its Fastest & Most Accurate Monitor Calibration Tool Ever
We spend a LOT of time in front of a screen these days. From social media on our phones to television & movie theaters, tablets, laptops, etc.
Learn Color Theory & Application The Pixar Way | For Free
It’s hard to think of any other source better or more fun to learn from.
5 Ways to Separate your Subject From the Background
When shooting portraits, finding a way to draw the viewer’s attention to the subject and make them pop out from…
A Look at Color Theory in Film Has Lessons All Photographers Should Adopt
Color is one of the most powerful tools in a photographer or cinematographer’s toolbox. However, it often seems to take…
3 Ways To Adjust Color In Photoshop | Photoshop Tutorial
While Capture One has intensive color editing controls to get your image’s colors looking exactly as you intend and Lightroom…
Take This Color IQ Challenge To Test Your Color Vision Deficiency
Take this quick Color IQ Challenge to gauge whether or not your sense of color detection is up to par.
This Quick Photoshop Tip | Easily Separate Color & Luminosity For Total Control
Being able to accurately adjust Luminosity and Color is essential. You may not have realized, but sometimes adjusting one has negative impact to the other. Read this to see how I take back control
The Free Adobe Color App is an Extremely Useful Tool
Have you ever been frustrated while trying to choose colors for your business brand?
Standardizing Skin Tone: Angelica Dass Mapping the World’s Human Colors
Angelica Dass is mapping the world’s skin tones, one Pantone color at a time, showing that labels such as red, white, brown and yellow are pretty inaccurate ways to define human skin.