Wednesday, October 28, 2015
DigPhotog: Color: The Color Wheel and Color Schemes (W10-P1) [VID] Fa15
This discussion of color fits into our previous discussion of composition. You can use color to compose good photographs as well as using the rules of composition previously discussed.
Let's get some background on color theory. Pay special attention to the color rules (color schemes) discussed.
Go to Adobe Color (aka Kuler) and explore the different color rules or color schemes. Become familiar with the following four schemes/rules: analogous, monochromatic, triad and complementary colors. Be able to define these four color schemes according to their relative positions on the color wheel. For example, complementary colors are colors on the opposite side of the color wheel.
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