Friday, 26 April 2013

How to get the best spring colours in your photography

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Hi Photography enthusiast, 
The sun is finally shining and the flowers are blooming – there's no better time to get vibrant colours in your images! We'll show you how to get flower photos that are bursting with colour, help you choose the monitor that will do your photography justice, and give you tips for getting started with your image editing. Plus, find out how the Colour Wheel can help perfect your shots.
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The Colour Wheel has been tried and tested by artists and designers for centuries, and it's still just as useful today. Our latest photography cheat sheet shows you how the colour wheel works, and how you can use it to create eye-catching shots.
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Now that the weather is a little kinder it's finally time to get outdoors and capture spring in all its glory. Most of us might be tempted to reach for a macro lens to photograph flowers and plant life, but Editor Chris George of Nikon magazine N-Photo argues that you can achieve more colourful shots with a telephoto zoom... He shows you how.
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Deciding on a monitor for editing your photos can be a minefield. To help you decide, we've tested and rated four of the top colour-accurate monitors to see which is the best for photographers.
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When it comes to editing your photos, the Basic Panel in Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom is undoubtedly the best place to start. Find out how to get the basics of your photo editing spot-on with these pro tips...
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