Hey, everyone! I’m Arielle, a photographer with a focus on lifestyle and abstract nature. I was so thrilled to be a part of the A Color Story test group. As soon as I opened up the tool box, I noticed so much more than your standard set of altering mechanisms. Today I’ll be touching on how to utilize hue shift as well as how it works with the main color tools. So, what is hue exactly? It’s a variety or shade of any given color in the spectrum. If you’ve experimented with hue shift already, you may have noticed that it can be very dramatic or give off a psychedelic vibe. Essentially, I’ll be showing you examples of photos where the entire image can be shifted to a totally different color while maintaining the original integrity and the best types of images to use while doing so. Continue reading “A Color Story Filters: Shifting Colors”
Month: February 2016
A Color Story Filters: Tips for Interior Photographs
Hey, guys! Jeff Mindell here. I’m a freelance photographer based out in L.A., and I guess it’s no secret I really like taking photos. I lead a fairly hectic (but fun!) life and am always on the go. I take so many photos on my phone and am always looking to streamline my editing process.
At this point, you can basically do anything you want editing-wise with mobile, but it wasn’t until a few months ago when I started playing around with A Color Story (I was a part of the test group) that I realized how attention to color vibrancy was lacking in the app space. I’m pretty stoked at how user-friendly this app is along with the attention to detail when it comes to tools and image manipulation!
For me, I really love shooting bright and airy interior spaces (check out my #jminteriorspaces hashtag on Instagram!), and lately I’ve been using A Color Story to really help my images pop. Let’s dive in! Continue reading “A Color Story Filters: Tips for Interior Photographs”