Optimizing Color in Digital Photography

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Optimizing Color in Digital Photography

179.00

Saturday, October 21, 2017, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Princeton, NJ

Instructor: Richard Sherman

Intermediate and Advanced Digital Photographers: Learn to make better use of color to create exceptional images!
Color:  It is everywhere, but do you really see it and how effectively are you using color in your photographs?  
The class includes the exploration of advanced color theory and relationships, exercises aimed at making you a better observer, practicing outdoors, review and post-processing recommendations.
Requirements: Camera, Laptop

Maximum Class Size: 10

"I wanted to thank you for doing an amazing job teaching something really important. All the color theory I’ve taken was pretty much geared towards painters so it was great to see it from a photographer’s point of view. As interesting as the class was, the proof is always how we students take what we learn and apply it to our work. On a recent shoot, I saw and photographed things in a way that I never would have noticed before thanks to what I learned. Thanks!" Rich, Professional Photographer
"Richard is a wonderful teacher. He covered many different areas, from how we see and respond to color both personally, culturally and with our cameras." Darcy

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