Looking at Color
All light has different colors based on time of day,
weather, and if the light is natural or artificial.


The color of lig...
Color Temperature
 Measured in kelvins

                       a1photo'ps.com/tag/kelvin‐scale

Midday:




           Bay/Sky , Provincetown
Early Morning:




            Bay/Sky , Provincetown
Stormy:





           Bay/Sky , Provincetown
Light can appear “warm” or “cool”. 

We associate red/yellow with warmth, and blue/gray with cold…
Color can convey a variety of emotions and feelings…




               From the book Regarding Emma
                   Me...
Melissa Ann Pinney
Melissa Ann Pinney
Joel Meyerowitz
Joel Meyerowitz
Joel Meyerowitz
Joel Meyerowitz
Now it’s your turn…
Looking At Color
Looking At Color
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Intro to Color Photography

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Looking At Color

  1. 1. Looking at Color
  2. 2. All light has different colors based on time of day, weather, and if the light is natural or artificial. The color of light is a result of its temperature. The kelvin scale measures the amount of heat reflected by different light sources.
  3. 3. Color Temperature Measured in kelvins a1photo'ps.com/tag/kelvin‐scale

  4. 4. Midday: Bay/Sky , Provincetown
  5. 5. Early Morning: Bay/Sky , Provincetown
  6. 6. Stormy:
 Bay/Sky , Provincetown
  7. 7. Light can appear “warm” or “cool”. We associate red/yellow with warmth, and blue/gray with cold…
  8. 8. Color can convey a variety of emotions and feelings… From the book Regarding Emma Melissa Ann Pinney
  9. 9. Melissa Ann Pinney
  10. 10. Melissa Ann Pinney
  11. 11. Joel Meyerowitz
  12. 12. Joel Meyerowitz
  13. 13. Joel Meyerowitz
  14. 14. Joel Meyerowitz
  15. 15. Now it’s your turn…
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