Paying attention to viewing conditions


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Paying attention to viewing conditions

If you are familiar with white balance on your camera then you should already be comfortable with the idea that different types of lights have different color qualities, and those color qualities can affect the color that you capture in your camera. The same thing is true with prints. The quality of the light where you look at a print can dramatically impact how the print appears. If you're examining a print under tungsten lights, which have a yellowish cast, you may think "uh-oh, my print is too yellow." Or if you're viewing your print in low light, you might think "oh no, there is no detail in the shadows" when in fact it's just too dark in the room for you to see the detail in your shadows.

If you're thinking "yeah, but I am not that picky, I don't really care about the level of finesse," well, the problem is you actually will care. If you don't see detail in the shadows when you review your print, then you'll go bac...

Paying attention to viewing conditions
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Paying attention to viewing conditions provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Inkjet Printing for Photographers

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