The Color of Light
Published November 1st, 2011
Okay, last week in Part 1 of this mini-series, I provided tools and tutorials to better understand the importance of exposing Highlights and Shadows; this week is Part 2: The Color of Light.
When studying photography, another critical aspect is light temperature. The Kelvin Scale is how the color of light is measured and you’ll notice that each light source is associated with a color of which the camera picks up in the form of a color cast on the finished image. Photography is considered a Realist Medium in the arts, and realism is the intent to achieve a truthful representation of reality in its historical context. This is the reason why the color of light plays such an important role in photography.
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