Posts Tagged ‘Color’

A Good Photograph Involves A Good Thought Process


Blooming Cherry Blossom Tree Branches. Washington, DC. #2

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Blooming Cherry Blossom Tree Branches. Washington, DC

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Drawing Inspiration – Alex Webb

Drawing Inspiration – Alex Webb Drawing Inspiration is a series of posts dedicated to photographers who have inspired me. If possible, I’ve included a quote and a link to their work.


Use The White Balance Settings On Your Camera To Make Better Photographs

While using the auto white balance settings is fine for making an average picture, learning to use the various white balance settings on your camera allows you to use color on a more creative level.


How Are Hue Feeling?


Using Color Creatively


Losing Your (White) Balance


Your Photographs Framed

Do you have some photographs that you’d like to frame and display? Whether you do the work of printing and framing yourself, or have someone do the work for you, there’s a cost of time and money. Multiply the cost  of time and money by the number of photographs that you want to frame and […]


Staute of Liberty, Close-up, Up, Side-view, Liberty Island, New Jersey

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Do You See The Color?


White Balance: White Shoud Be White. Right?


The Color Of Light


Are You Seeing In Color?


Sometimes Losing Your (White) Balance Can Be A Good Thing

If you’ve using the white balance setting on your camera in automatic mode, you’ve been missing out on the compositional possibilities of picking a specific white balance setting.


Are you Considering Stock Photography?

If you are considering making a venture into stock photography what should you consider?


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