Color Balance and Color Correcting for CPP

  • Instructors:
    Beth Forester

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    Color Balance is one of the most important aspects of image quality and one of the most important things a photographer should master, especially if they are going after their CPP! In this webinar, PPA Instructor Beth Forester will show you how to color correct your images through specific and tested tips and techniques. Some of the topics she will cover include:

    • The importance of color balance in your work
    • How to apply color correcting techniques (before and after shots)
    • Using color balance to build cohesiveness in your work
    • How mastering color balance can help you achieve Certification

    Watch Beth color correct a few of her own images and then show the importance of color balance when creating a portfolio or putting up an online gallery.

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  • Duration: 0:52:20 Expand video to full screen for best view.

      • Beth Forester

        Beth Forester

        M.Photog.Cr., CPP

        For 15 years, Beth Forester, M.Photog.Cr., CPP, has operated a boutique portrait studio in the small coal-mining town of Madison, WV.  Specializing in senior portraiture, she is known not only for her award-winning images, but also for her creative marketing strategies and business tactics.  Recognized as a leader in the photographic and business industry, she has been featured in various magazines, such as Rangefinder, Professional Photographer, Studio Photography & Design and WV Executive.

        In fact, Beth has been named West Virginia Photographer of the Year three times (2004, 2006 and 2007) and Mid-East States Photographer of the Year twice (2006 and 2007).  Along the way to achieving these titles, Beth has earned 10 Kodak Gallery Awards, 4 Fuji Masterpiece Awards, 13 Loan Collection images and the prestigious PPA AN-NE Award for marketing.

        In addition to running a full-time studio, Beth develops and markets her own software line: photoDUDS, a commercially-licensed series of DVD volumes containing graphic design elements, templates and marketing materials created specifically for professional photographers.

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