Color Theory and Topaz Plugins

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Have you ever used Color Theory when making your edits?

How about the Color Wheel?

Really, do not be shocked if you have not used either, heard of either, or know how to implement them in your photographic workflow.  It is not something we, as photographers, spend much time on.  We usually think of painters when we think of Color Theory, but understanding it can do a world of wonders on your photographs in post.

Those 2 questions up there, I asked those to the readers of EverydayHDR and found that nearly 70% do not use either.  Like I said, not shocked, nor is it against any “secret photographers code”.  It was just a short survey and you should in no way feel guilty, ashamed, or any less of an artist!

Today at 4PM CST I will be conducting a webinar with Topaz Labs to discuss the Color Theory of Topaz Products.  I will go over a short (very short) Color Theory course to show the basics and run right into how you can begin to gain control of your colors during the editing process with Topaz Labs Products.  

Receive 30% off all Topaz Products with coupon code blakeweb6 @ checkout!

In case you miss it, I will post their uploaded version here when it is available on YouTube.

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For this webinar there are a series of downloadables (PDF document and several Color Wheels and Color Cheat Sheets).   Click the button below to download them. Fownload

Much of this information comes from my latest tutorial package, Beyond the Wheel:  The Color Zone System.  While much of the Color Theory information was abbreviated to ensure the most time was spent with Topaz Products, the training package covers it in MUCH greater detail. Compass-Black-White-and-Beyond-The-Digital-Zone-System

 

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Blake Rudis
f.64 Academy and f.64 Elite are the brainchildren of Blake Rudis. While he is a landscape photographer he is most passionate about post-processing images in Photoshop and mentoring others.

For Blake, it is less about the art and more about the process. He dives deep into difficult topics and makes them easy to understand through his outside the box thinking.
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