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Saturated Colors: Color is probably the strongest reason that people are attracted to flowers.


Saturated color - pure color hue, undiluted by other colors, white or gray, i.e. the primary colors, red, yellow and blue are saturated colors.
Scale - linear relation between the size of the subject and the size of its image.

Rich, saturated colors, no Photoshopping necessary
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When it comes to food, music, and architecture, I must confess I’m no connoisseur. I can say with equal amounts of enthusiasm and ignorance that I know what I like.

A highly saturated color is one comprised from a very narrow wavelength range.
Combining or contaminating the color with other wavelengths from the light spectrum makes it less saturated.
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Because of the saturated colors rendered by the then-new Fuji Velvia slide film, I'm not sorry that I had my Nikon out in the mid-afternoon in the Bernese Oberland (Switzerland).
Nikon 8008, 20/2.8 AF lens, Fujichrome Velvia ...

This allows less enlargements resulting in sharper, less grain, and more saturated colors. With interchangeable film magazines you can shoot different types of film at the same time which is much easier than carrying a second camera body.

Rather than constantly trying to change the brush saturation though, it's a lot easier to pick a saturated color and adjust the opacity of the brush instead. You can pick any color you want.

In slide film, Fujichrome Velvia is often chosen for it's highly saturated colors and high sharpness. It's nominally an ISO 50 speed film, but some people prefer to shoot it at ISO 40.

Sensia II and its sister film Provia are popular 100 ISO emulsions, providing highly saturated colors like Velvia, but with another f-stop's speed and slightly lower contrast.

As much as I love to capture subjects with saturated color because of the powerful visual impact they offer, I also seek out the opposite end of the spectrum. Subtle and desaturated colors create impact in a very different way.

Slightly overcast days can offer lighting that produces nice saturated colors without loosing too much shadow and highlight detail. Try to avoid gray overcast skies in landscape and scenic shots.

Video out of the Olympus TG-810 is quite usable, with saturated colors and decent sound quality.

In high-dynamic-range images, saturated colors spring from the screen and tones range from deep black to luminescent white.

It also creates more saturated colors. It reduces glare, such as light reflections you get from water, glass, and other non-metallic surfaces. These filters are often used to give lackluster skies a darker and more dramatic hue.

This will result in more saturated colors in the blooms of the flowers.
Tip 2: Level with the Flowers
To get unique and beautiful flower pictures, move around. Don't just stand and shoot it.

Saturation rendering intent tries to preserve saturated colors, and is most useful when trying to retain color purity in computer graphics when converting into a larger color space.

When the gamut of source color space exceeds that of the destination, saturated colors are liable to become clipped (inaccurately represented), or more formally burned. The color management module can deal with this problem in several ways.

Colors can shift creating inaccurate or unsaturated color in your images.
Always have enough film, it's better to carry around a little extra film than to run out of film when you really need it.
Always store your film is a cool environment.

a polarizing filter for attaining more saturated colors
a sturdy tripod for low-light conditions and compensating for the polarizing filter
a wide angle lens to photograph the entire arc
a telephoto lens to zoom into small parts of the rainbow ...

Diffuse light (from overcast skies) is terrific for flowers as it evens out the light and produces rich saturated color. I opened my lens fully to ƒ2.

Saturated colors are called vivid, strong, or deep. Desaturated colors are called dull, weak, or washed out. The vividness or purity of a colour; the less gray a colour contains, the more saturated it is.

SATURATION - The degree of hue (intensity) in color in an image. Saturated color can be termed strong, vivid, intense or deep. Desaturated color can be termed weak, pale, washed out or dull. An oversaturated image's colors are too intense.

A completely unsaturated color is a shade of gray. As the saturation increases, the color becomes a pastel shade. A completely saturated color is pure. Saturation values go from 0 to 100, from white to the purest color.

Vibrance boosts the saturation of your lower-saturated colors. That means that it won't over saturate colors that are already bright. Another great feature of vibrance is that it won't turn your skin tones orange like the Saturation slider will.

When choosing complementary colors, fully saturated colors will offer the highest level of contrast. Choosing from tints or shades within the hue family reduces the overall contrast of the composition.
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SATURATION - The degree of hue in color as perceived subjectively. Saturated color can be termed strong, vivid, intense or deep. Desaturated color can be termed weak, pale, washed out or dull.

Although the preview of the Tone Compressor has more saturated colors, I find it harder to control shadows and highlights, keep noise in check and most importantly get a result that does not look artificial.

'The saturated colors, solid masses of dark buildings, the light trails, and ghosts of hurrying people suggested communal energy and personal estrangement, two forces that alternately brightened and darkened my life at the time.' ...

An attribute of perceived color, or the percentage of hue in a color. Saturated colors are called vivid, strong, or deep. Desaturated colors are called dull, weak, or washed out.
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The photograph was made in bright sunlight, a condition that emphasizes texture and also does justice to saturated colors.

Saturation is the intensity of color. A saturated color is vivid, while a desaturated color is more muted-closer to gray.
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The soft light on a rainy day can emphasize every detail and the saturated colors of the scene. I often see photographs from students, taken in beautiful places, which were made in ordinary light.

Saturation
An attribute of perceived color, or the percentage of hue in a color. Saturated colors are called vivid, strong, or deep. Desaturated colors are called dull, weak, or washed out.

-Color weight - visual characteristic of fully saturated colors. Some of these colors appear darker than others. A color's visual weight may have a different appearance to the eye to its appearance on film.

Because it paints smooth surfaces like leaves and pavement with a glossy sheen, it lends landscapes and city street scenes a bright, pearly glow and creates deep, saturated colors.

You'll find that subjects that contain a variety of saturated colors offer the widest range of possibilities, while those that don't, offer fewer possibilities.

Bright, sunny days are good when you want to zap your images with day-glow brilliance; overcast days produce subtle, more saturated color combinations. Exposure, too, affects colors.

People see my work and wonder how I get such saturated colors. Here's how.

Just like choosing the perfect film to match your creative direction, the X-E1 can simulate the color and tonal qualities of acclaimed film brands including the true-to-scene natural look of PROVIA, the vibrant tonality and saturated colors of Velvia ...

Saturation
A measure of the level of color intensity. Highly saturated colors may cause images to appear unrealistic.

Saturation tries to produce vivid colors by mapping fully saturated colors from the source to the destination without regard for accuracy. It is not usually a good choice for photographic images but works well for business graphics or illustrations.

This photo has everything: a stunning subject well placed, excellent landscape and foreground objects of interest, deeply saturated colors; it's just a feast for the eye in every regard.

We try a variety of white balance settings, but finally settle on daylight. Experimentation also shows that we needed to underexpose the image from the recommended setting to get fully saturated colors in the neon.

of your best framing, your camera produces images that leave much to be desired, because when you review them on the bigger "viewfinder" of your computer monitor, your photos appear rather washed-out without the appealing rainbow of saturated colors.

A polarizer is the one filter every photographer should have handy for landscapes and general outdoor shooting. By reducing glare and unwanted reflections, polarized shots have richer, more saturated colors, especially in the sky.

Photographs with deep levels of color are described as being heavily saturated. A photograph with lighter levels of saturation is described as having a muted color palate. A totally de-saturated color photograph becomes monotone - or black and white.

Color that has a low saturation level appears washed-out or pastel-like, because it has a lot of white light mixed in the color. Completely unsaturated is grey, while very saturated color is intense and contains little or no white light.

It serves to increase the color values and reduce reflection. The shadows turn out less blue and the photographer is rewarded with more highly saturated color values. Any desaturation of the color tones is largely eliminated.

Weak, directionless sunlight provides vibrant, well-saturated colors. Frontlighting The old adage about keeping the sun at your back is a good place to continue our discussion of outdoor lighting.

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