Color is powerful. It impacts our senses, pushes our emotions, and plays an essential role in creating an effective photograph. In this beautifully illustrated guide, author, educator, and pro photographer Jerod Foster helps you understand how color works—attracting attention, directing the eye, and working with other elements to make your own compelling photographs.
This book approaches color from a photographer’s perspective with a mix of practical theory, technical information, and solid advice on how to apply these details in all genres of photography—landscapes, portraits, lifestyle, sports, or wildlife.
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Color is a core element of our visual language and photographers who understand and exploit color will harness its power and create lasting images.
Introduction: A Word On Subjectivity
Section I: A World of Color
Chapter One: Color is Powerful
Chapter Two: Understand the Subjectivity of Color
Section II: Color in the Frame
Chapter Three: Guide the Eye with Color
Chapter Four: Create Visual Depth with Color
Section III: The Meaning of Color
Chapter Five: Color as Emotion
Chapter Six: Culture and Color
Chapter Seven: Conditions for Color
Chapter Eight: Ways to Manipulate Color Before Editing
Chapter Nine: Making the Most of Color in Your Photography