Long-awaited continuation of Pavel Kosenko’s video-course is here! Today we’ll focus on variability and how it helps us “savour” colors. We’ll look at the 3 main components:
Watch the video to find out how the synergy of these variables can create a rich and sophisticated image.
HOW TO SEE COLOR
Part 2. Variability?
00:50 What is color variability?
01:53 Color value
02:22 HSB system
02:50 Variability in brightness
03:46 Objective and figurative thinking
04:36 Why vignetting is beneficial for color
04:52 Variability in saturation
05:54 Variability in hues
06:54 Synergy of all variables
07:12 Example #1: Where is color more interesting?
07:58 Example #2: Different types of color expressiveness
08:29 Variability and HSB
08:53 Theoretical model of color gamut
10:08 Practical model of color gamut
11:20 Observation #1: Extreme color saturation
12:01 Observation #2: Lightening/darkening of color
12:35 Observation #3: Increase in saturation
12:50 More mud – more fuse
13:13 An example of increased variability