Intro to Shooting Color and Toning Black & White Images With Filters
Shoot a color photograph with strong and contrasting color and process that image three ways:
- tone with correct color balance and saturation – neutral colors like white or gray should not have a color cast.
- convert to well toned black and white image – use grade 2 b+w conversion in Aperture.
- convert b+w with applied color filter in Aperture.
Second – using the daylight setting for your white balance:
• shoot a photo with overcast – blue light • or with very warm light from sunset.
Color cast will influence mood of photo.
Deliverables: shoot two pictures – deliver four processed images – that are appropriately tagged and toned.