By now you know I really enjoy working with color, color theory, and color grading. I have spent the better part of the last 8 years devoted to the topic of Color Theory for Photographers. Through those years I would like to say I have seen it all, but I am still open to surprises 🙂
One mistake I see very often in either my critique sessions or in photos I see online is the misuse of saturation. Saturation is not a bad thing, and quite frankly you SHOULDN’T avoid it in your work. But you should know how to work with it.
In today’s tutorial, I will show you the #1 mistake I see in colorwork and how you can avoid making it!