Add a Splash of Color to Your Next Photography Shoot

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It can be very rewarding to take black & white photographs. We have all seen some amazing photographs that were free from color and yet still very impressive. However, if you are like a lot of other photographers you probably enjoy taking shots that are filled with bold, bright colors. Whether you like to shoot colorful birds and butterflies or you prefer to take shots of flowers and plants, there’s nothing like a bit of color in your photos to make them really pop.

Today’s photography lesson is going to put you on the path toward taking some of the most colorful photographs you have ever taken. You are about to learn how to take some color splash photographs. We have all seen shots of paint splashing, dropping and exploding with color, but not a lot of people actually know the ins and outs of properly capturing these types of images. Take a look at this lesson and you’ll be taking paint splash photographs like a professional in no time…




The great thing about this lesson is that it really does cover everything you need to learn, from start to finish. If you are feeling that you still aren’t quite sure what approach to take, be sure to go back and watch the lesson again. You should pay careful attention to the section where Gavin talks about choosing a location where you can make a bit of a mess, and then set up your studio/photography area carefully to avoid making a paint mess that you won’t be able to easily clean up.

Don’t forget to use the post-processing steps that you need to do to make the white in your photographs as bright as possible. This is key to making the color of the paints being splashed about as attractive as possible.

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