The eye has a bettor sensor than a camera


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The eye has a bettor sensor than a camera

While the human eye and camera have similarities, how each sees the world is vastly different, particularly when it comes to dynamic range, the tonal differences between the brightest brights and darkest darks. Because of this, you should adjust a photograph's tonal range prior to interpreting it into a painting. In this video, I'll show you how both the camera and eye portrays the world and how you can modify a photo to make it look more like the eye of the artist sees it, a key attribute toward successful interpretation.

Now, the first fact you have to understand is that a camera is static. It's basically dumb. It can only expose for one condition. And I'll show you an example what I am talking about here, and this is an extreme example. Most photographs are not necessary going to have this much dynamic range from the darks to the lights, but this is a good example, the interior of a church. In this particular photo the camera was adjusted to expose for the shadows, so th...

The eye has a bettor sensor than a camera
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The eye has a bettor sensor than a camera provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Digital Painting: Street Scene

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