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

Picture by Tracey Watson
Picture by Tracey Watson

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

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

Picture by Paul Cummings

Picture by Paul Cummings

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

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

I usually end up drawing names from my hat.

Thank you everyone who contributes and thank you too for abiding by our one and only rule: Be fantastic, friendly and helpful.

Picture by Lynda Wearn

Picture by Lynda Wearn

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

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”.

Picture by  John Holden

Picture by John Holden

Keep on clicking!

Post images to http://bit.ly/PicNland and tag them #PicNorthumberland

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

Picture by Michael Morris

Picture by Michael Morris

Picture by Janine Lundy

Picture by Janine Lundy

Picture by  David Weallans

Picture by David Weallans

Picture by David Bennet

Picture by David Bennet