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    How To Force Color Harmony in photograph

    I've been going over a lot of color theory lately, and have been trying to experiment with making my photographs have a color harmony in its visual palette. What i'd ideally like is to keep the color intensity/brightness the same (or "exposure") but I'd like to clamp the saturation.

    For example,

    How To Force Color Harmony in photograph

    How To Force Color Harmony in photograph

    Any ideas on how that stuff is processed?
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    Re: How To Force Color Harmony in photograph

    Sorry, but I'm getting a "oops, something broke" for both of those links

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    Re: How To Force Color Harmony in photograph

    Hi ikrima,

    Unfortunately those links don't work.

    I suspect you might have edited the tags CiC created, as they should contain "..." in the middle of the visible part of the link, but not the part used form linking, however, that isn't there for some reason.

    Please edit your post and re-insert the urls using the How To Force Color Harmony in photograph, or PM me the full links and I'll do it for you.

    Thanks,

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    Re: How To Force Color Harmony in photograph

    Ikrima

    Did you perhaps mean this page? http://calikartel.com/2010/08/mert-alas-marcus-piggot/

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    Re: How To Force Color Harmony in photograph

    Thanks, Ikrima. When you post an external link such as that its best to go to an addressable page (like I did in post #4), rather than just a jpeg, because if people want to see the story that leads to the image they can do so. It's a bit difficult to 'back-track' from the jpeg. Hope you don't mind me mentioning this.

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    Re: How To Force Color Harmony in photograph

    Good point; The blog tends to have fashion nudes so I didn't want to make the post nsfw

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