2. Using Color Reference Charts When Shooting

Instructor Kevin Ames

2. Using Color Reference Charts When Shooting
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CLASS DESCRIPTION

Before you can shoot your images, it is a good idea that you use a color reference chart in an image. This lets you make sure that your colors are what they should be, and that they can be easily corrected in post. In this video, join instructor Kevin Ames as he shows the importance of using a color reference chart when shooting.

LESSONS

1. Color by the Numbers 3:26
2. Using Color Reference Charts When Shooting 3:05
3. Reference Charts for Perfect Exposures in Photoshop 3:34
4. Setting a Custom White Balance on Set 1:05
5. Dealing with Color Cast in Lightroom 2:15
6. Reference Charts for Perfect Exposures in Lightroom 2:47
7. Sharpening & Lens Corrections in Lightroom 2:26
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Kevin Ames
Kevin has served on and as Co-Chairman of the Professional Photographers of America’s (PPA) Digital Imaging Committee. He is a Craftsman, a Certified Professional Photographer, and an Approved Photographic Instructor. These degrees are from from PPA. Currently he is a member of the board of directors of the American Society of Media Professionals (ASMP) Atlanta / Southeast chapter.