NORTHUMBERLAND CAMERA CLUB: Getting the colour saturation right is a skill worth learning

I usually try to find a connecting theme for the images that I include on this page.

Monday, 7th May 2018, 10:52 am
Updated Monday, 7th May 2018, 10:56 am
Picture by Tracey Watson

It really helps me to whittle down the choice from the club’s busy Facebook group.

And as I have said before, it is so hard to decide which I should pick.

Picture by Paul Cummings

With our numbers rapidly approaching 1,000, with more and more photographers contributing to the group, it makes it even harder to decide.

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I usually end up drawing names from my hat.

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If you haven’t joined in yet, please do come an join us online at http://bit.ly/PicNlandThis week I started looking at photos of The Toon as John Holden and David Bennett both posted pictures of the bridges on the Tyne.

Picture by Lynda Wearn

But, as I scrolled through, is was bold colours in a lot of the pictures that really jumped out and hit me, and so I continued with that as a theme.

Getting the colour saturation in an image just right is a skill which is very much worth learning.

Continuing the monthly theme of colours, this week’s challenge words are “Gigantic” and “Event”.

Keep on clicking!

Picture by John Holden

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For more tips from Ivor, check out his website: https://www.ivorphotography.co.uk/

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