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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Since the college’s inception, the Sterling Farm has been a prominent feature of the Sterling experience. Our diversified and ecologically focused farm is a part of life here at Sterling—through academic study, the work program, and day-to-day community interactions. Around 30% of the food eaten...
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