- Colors In Image
The moment we opened our eyes for the first time after we were born, we start discovering this totally new world, of course, colorful world. Yes, the world surrounding us is in color, but why? God was in good mood when he created this planet, Christly speaking.
Actually we can see those appearances because of light and light is consisted of colors. White light such as sunlight contains several colors as known to people, like red, orange, yellow, green…When they mix together, our eye cannot identify them. We can only feel it when the light reflects off objects and colors travel separately. Our eyes can just see a minor part of all colors which greatly affect the outcome of our images.
Colors For Portrait
With the improvement of science technology, human have come into digital age. So we start with digital color shooting, this allows you to adjust saturation freely and avoid oversaturating areas that don’t need it, just like overly ruddy complexions. When shoot color portraits, there are some important issues to take into consideration. Color print film is a good choice most outdoor image, which will enable quick and inexpensive printing.
Most famous portraits in the world have been shot in black-and-white, which continues to be a popular choice for classic portraits even in the digital age. Many of my fellows prefer black-and-white style for it brings a feeling of time curdling and quietness. However there is no common reason to choose black-white over color. For the most part choose your color based on what your subjects prefer and what will make them look the best, or what kind of emotion or feelings you would like to express through the colors in the picture.
During the outdoor shooting, photographers will tell that there is no best season for taking photos. Each is so charming and they own their mother nature’s beauty, and offer you unlimited opportunities to capture its beauty on film.
The name of the spring goddess is green. When all flowers and trees strive to touch the blue sky and breathe the fresh air, baby birds start to sing like singing artists. The scenery in spring often covers glimpses of seasons past as you can imagine snow hiding in the shadow of a ridge or brown leaves drifting down mountain rivers as the land is still wearing the winter coat. Things around you may look a bit drab and uninteresting at the first glance, but only you get closer then you will surely find plenty to shoot, just like patterns made by groves of fir trees among aspen and oaks just beginning to leaf out.
Flowers are in full bloom and plants are lush, lakes shimmer with light and woods are full of animals hanging everywhere. The sun can be high during summer, pictures better taken before 11 in the morning and after 3 in the afternoon and your camera will capture more lovely shadows. Dawn and late afternoon to dusk are also great time for capturing scenes bathed in the reds and golds.
Fall presents the name of fruitage while trees and bushes change color. It’s hard to miss the great scenic shots in the fall and if you have filters, you can deepen the color or increase their saturation using photo decorating software and they just look perfect.
When in autumn,it’s easy to get swept away by the majesty of the most excellent colors and miss a lot of fine details, but whatever there are still enough brilliant details to shoot during this season.
When time gets close to the end of a year, weather gets cold and temperature drops. When it snows all the world is covered with a white carpet, this is a time of climax which presents the meaning of purity. Light in the early morning and late day is perfect for photographer to capture winter shots. However it is important for you and also your camera equipment to keep warm when exposed in the cold conditions.
Moonlight photos can be just as beautiful as daylight images only you expose properly. Night shooting needs longer shutter speeds for film to capture light and colors, and it also allows the movement of water, moon and lights to blur. The lighting of cars, cities can make a warm color contrast daylight balance of the moonlight.