I found treasures in Brenda’s A Photo Study: A Color Primary! I mean other than Brenda’s usual wonderful writing, that is. Let me give you 3:
1. I love David M. Kessler’s Simple Color System! I have seen several color wheels in the past. Whenever I wanted to be sure which color was the complementary color for a specific color, I would find a color-wheel online. And this one is one of the bests. You may want to see David’s video to understand his color wheel better.
2. Adobe Color CC app is amazing. And it’s fun to play with. I am impressed even though I’d only spent a few minutes glancing at it. I want to learn, I mean play, more!
“Adobe Color is an internet application that lets individuals try out, create and save various colour schemes, each of which consists of a set of five colours.”
Adobe Color CC is a simple way to capture inspiring color combinations.
Users can export a color scheme straight into Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign and Sync to Adobe Color service.
3. Pete Turner’s photos had opened a brand new world for me!
(Brenda, I can’t thank you enough!)
So, this morning, I was looking for colors in our house (it’s cold outside). Hmm… that was harder than I thought. Finally, I remembered my coloring pencils, pens…
Do you think what I am thinking that color does make a difference?
The next two photos… I was trying to find a color that would look good with this coffee creamer bowl. I wasn’t happy with the first photo, and quickly came to a conclusion that these colors didn’t look good together. I was going to try a different color right away, but decided to improve the light first. After fixing the light, to my surprise, I like the photo much better. So much to learn…
Another great lesson! Thanks, Brenda.
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