Color can be tricky. Our eyes see color differently than our cameras. Our computers create color differently than our printers. This class will shine some light on how to work with color in digital photography. We’ll discuss eyesight, color theory, and camera sensors. We’ll also demonstrate how to be sure our color prints and web galleries reflect the truest color possible. We’ll uncomplicate what can be a complicated process and we’ll show you how to be sure those printers don’t get the better of you (because sometimes they can). Ultimately you’ll develop a workflow that enables you to manage the color of your photos at every step of the photographic process.
What to bring to class:
2 - 5 images to color correct and print
Portable storage device.
Photoshop II: Retouching Your Photographs
Printing Your Photographs I: The Basics
Suggested classes to continue education:
Printing Your Photographs III: Printing Like a Pro
Presenting Your Photographs
Personal Vision: Creating a Body of Work
Understaning Color Management by Abhay Sharma
Color Theory by Jose M. Parramon
Early Registration (November 14-25) is for HCP members only.