We took the first part of class reviewing RGB values and how a lack of or great amount of one will tell us a lot about what color is least or most present. This is an example three different white balance settings. “Tungsten light” (top), gives a cool effect and is usually used under incandescent lighting. “Shade” (middle), warms the photo since often subjects appear more blue in the shade. “Auto White Balance” (bottom) which typically creates a normal balance between cool and warm. These settings are used to balance colors when scenes are too warm or cool. They can also be used to give an intentional look to a photo.
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Today we celebrate the hard work and accomplishments of these five radiant, graduating seniors. Sterling is better for their contributions, and we are sorry to see them go! Look out world, these folks are change makers 💪
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In this darkest time of year, as we near the Winter Solstice, we can all use a little light. These pictures capture student Anushka making rangoli art to welcome guests into the Diwali celebration hosted by Sterling’s international student group. Click below to read “Diwali:...