Lana Ballot: Light & Color in Landscape

March 13 - 15, 2020
Time: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., with lunch break


During this workshop, we will explore how light affects color in a landscape. The goal is to learn to make confident color choices whether you want to capture a bright sunny day or subtle atmospheric effects. 


We will discuss how color changes in response to different types of light. We’ll see how important it is to pay attention to value, chroma and temperature (color properties) to create a realistic landscape, capturing its mood and atmosphere. We will also see how color can be use to improve the overall design and create more interesting and dynamic compositions.


The subjects of my demos will be coastal scenes (dunes, seascape, rocky coastline),  but students can choose any subject to practice their light/color skills.





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