Color Theory Photography Guide – Photo Editing & Shooting Tips

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FROM THE COLOR THEORY GUIDE LINKED ABOVE

Learn the best color theory photography tips for mixing and displaying colors, in visually appealing combinations, known as color harmonies.

Master camera techniques for shooting, and photo editing tips in Lightroom & Photoshop, while creating perfect color harmonies with the following written and video color theory photography guide.

A color harmony is the display of two or more different colors, in close proximity, that complement each other and look appealing to the human eye.

Combining the incorrect colors produces an undesired & confusing effect, similar to screaming kind words in an angry voice.

Combining the correct colors communicates the correct message from the photographer to the viewer, in complete harmony, without confusion.

Nature provides the best examples of color harmony making these methods perfect for photographers & painters.

Using a color wheel makes it much easier to select colors that provide harmony.

Types of Color Harmonies

Although photographers don’t have as much control over color choices as do painters, they can still use color theory to their advantage.

There are 5 different types of color harmonies covered below which provide a nearly infinite number of color combinations. Other color harmonies exist, but a knowledge of the basics works perfectly.

Each is described in complete detail in the free guide linked below:

Direct / Complementary Color Harmony
Analogous Color Harmony
Triadic Color Harmony
Split-Complementary Color Harmony
Square Color Harmonies

You can access the complete color theory photography guide & free PDF at the following link:

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Cheers & Thanks for Watching,
Dave

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