Monochrome Wednesday – Coastline – LEANNE COLE – Fine Art Photography Article

Monochrome Wednesday – Coastline – LEANNE COLE When I was looking for some photos for today’s Monochrome Wednesday I went back to the images of the coastline I took when down at the Great Ocean Road. Monochrome Wednesday – Coastline The Great Ocean Road is a great place for photos. There are things to photograph everywhere. It can be rugged and it can be calm, depending on where you are. I took so many photos that weekend. So many long…

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The Power of Color in Landscape Photography – Photography Article

Color is so important in landscape photography. The correct harmony of colors can make a huge difference to an image and help to create your own style. In this 20-minute video, I talk about how I create a painterly look in my photos and how I edit in Lightroom. One of the most powerful ways to improve your photos is to consider how colors in your image relate to each other and to think about how you can edit the…

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This Black-and-White Photo Uses Color Grid Lines to Trick Your Brain – Photography Article

Check out this photo. Although it may look like a color picture upon first glance (and even more so if you squint or view it from a distance), it’s actually a black-and-white photo with thin color grid lines overlaid on it to trick your brain into filling in the missing color. The viral image was created by artist and developer Øyvind Kolås, a prominent developer in the GIMP open-source image editor project. Kolås took a Creative Commons photo by Chuwa…

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Less Than 1% of People Can Ace This Color Test – Photography Article

How do you think your perception of color stacks up against the general public? If you’re a photographer, have your eyes been trained to perceive color better than the average person? Here’s a short and sweet test that can help you find out. The UK-based vision care company Lenstore has created an online test of 10 questions that challenges your ability to differentiate between shades of color. It’s a challenging test: of the thousands of people tested early on, less…

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