Relating the foreground color to the focal point


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Relating the foreground color to the focal point

Now just the sake of toying with this thing, what I'm looking at is, is a curtain that's actually blue. It's a little bit of a problem, because I don't want I don't want something really cold in the foreground. Because it'll deny the temperature range that I'm trying to establish between fore and middle ground and background. So what I'll do is, I'm going to cheat a little bit here. I'm going to edit what I see and it make it a more purple kind of curtain instead of a, a pure blue, which is what I see.

But it's just an issue of editing. So let's see if I can mix up a purply color. I'm going to keep it translucent, so that I can use the color and shadow as shadow, and then really pop the opacity in the lit areas, which are strongly lit. So let's just try this. I added a little bit of cerulean blue, which is sort of, a little bit greenish, so that's creating the shadow color. But it's not cold. I don't want it to be ice-cold. I want that g...

Relating the foreground color to the focal point
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Relating the foreground color to the focal point provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mary Jane Begin as part of the Artist at Work: Creating Depth of Field

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