♠ TONE THEORY … It’s ALL a Game of Tones ♠
The difference between a good photo and a PHENOMENAL photo rests in one critical place, the TONES. The tones in your photo do so many important things and have a strong influence on your viewer’s experience. Your tones are responsible for (but not limited to):
♠ How your image will be received within the first few seconds of viewing
♠ How your viewer navigates throughout your image
♠ How vibrant or drab your colors will be
♠ How balanced your photo will appear from a distance
If you read through that list and wondered how that could be possible, then this course is for you. I want to teach you not just how to edit photos with tone in mind, I want to teach you how to read them and understand them so you know EXACTLY what is going on when your viewer sees your work.
I have spoken countless times about Color Theory and how wildly important it is for understanding color, but where is the Tone Theory?
In this course you will learn how the principles of Color Theory apply directly to Tone as well. We will discuss Tone Theory and how it will help us formulate hypothesis, develop controlled experiments, and in the end answer our burning questions about tone to create predictable and reproducible results time and time again.
Game of Tones
What to Expect
An entirely new perspective on controlling the tones in your image is coming your way. With Tones being such a critical element in your images, it is imperative that we know how to assess them, manipulate them, and master them! To get there we will take a look at the master craftsmen that led the way for us and see what conclusions we can draw from them for our own work.
Contrast is Coming
Be prepared for a contrast take over in your images!
Tons of Extras
Follow Along PDF’s, Photoshop Actions, and Practice images.
♠ A new Technique Revealed ♠
Contrary to popular belief, you can create light in your photos where light did not exist. You can sculpt the tones in your photo to create impactful images that take your viewer’s breath away.
This is possible even in the flattest of light. You can create depth and you can do it with a new technique I will teach you called Tone Sculpting!
Lots of Content In One Very Small Package