This workshop will explain the importance of the characteristics of the illuminating light and how it affects the color it falls upon. The intensity and temperature of the color changes as the color object rotates away from the light source. The student is taught what happens in the highlight, halftones, core, reflected light; how to tint, neutralize, and dull the color for specific purposes. Working from black and white photos, the student is encouraged to create variations of colors for specific functions thereby controlling what he or she creates without being a slave to the errors of the photograph. Taught on three consecutive Saturdays from 9:00 to 3:00 pm, assignments will be given to produce or begin during the space between each meeting. Numerous instruction handouts will be distributed during the workshop to reinforce what is being taught.
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