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The Color Tones of Ditte Isager

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Old 05-25-2012, 02:36 PM
charlieboucher charlieboucher is offline
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The Color Tones of Ditte Isager

Has anyone else Followed Ditte Isager?
There isn't alot about her shooting style, much less her post work, But I love the Tones she gets.
Anyone have any ideas on how to get Similar tones?

http://www.ditteisager.com/

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Old 05-27-2012, 06:59 AM
lunaxxxxxx lunaxxxxxx is offline
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Re: The Color Tones of Ditte Isager

First remember the most important thing. These images are not shot acciendetly. Its all set up for comercials. If youve got the right setup with the right color combinations, if they are complimenting, triad! Tetrad ect colors you cant do a lot of huesat adjustments and tinting. Its so important to know which colos are " touching" our mood and feelings. I see a lot of cool , bluish,grennish colors and a lot of warm like yellow and orange/brown. Try google the color wheel and choose complimeneting colors. And then ofcourse a fast lens is allways nice.
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Old 05-27-2012, 09:24 AM
charlieboucher charlieboucher is offline
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Re: The Color Tones of Ditte Isager

To be honest, It never occured to me about the setup either.....
Very good point. I really like the browns and blues used.
I think even after that, I am looking to fin good advice really on curves and layer options for toning. I have searched the forums but havent found how to really pull it off.
Then last night I found a case study from the forums here that should help out.
http://sidvasandani.blogspot.com/201...lm-effect.html
Looks like there are some natural light shots but some that may look like natural light may be stup on studio set and lit.
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