Thursday, February 26, 2015

Color Editing Examples from Class

Remember our discussion from class:

When you have any of the settings on your camera on "automatic", your camera is going to work to get a "perfect exposure".  That is, an exposure whose values average out to middle grey.  As a result, images can seem a bit less vibrant than it may have seemed when you were looking at the scene in person.  Therefore, we went over a few tools for editing color images in class, specifically "levels", "color balance", and "hue & saturation".  I will talk about a few more tools & filters over the next few days, as well.  

Here are the "before-and-after" images I showed you in class on Wednesday:






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