Understanding color is a life-long journey. In this article, Tim Parkin discusses hue and how it may be used to better color photographs.
Greetings.. it is I, Tim Parkin (too formal?) a photographer of some laziness who uses large format cameras as an excuse to take fewer photographs. I moved to the Highlands of Scotland to increase my opportunities for photography but ended up spending more time climbing and mountaineering than was sensible. I run a landscape photography magazine On Landscape with my wife, Charlotte, ably assisted by five Maine Coons of various dopiness. We also run a drum scanning service with a small family of Heidelberg Primescans (the last time I looked there were three, but they're promiscuous beasties). I started a competition last year with fellow NPNer Matt Payne called the Natural Landscape Photography Awards after many years of moaning about other competitions (money where mouth is and all that jazz). The gradual ebb and flow of my photography is just passing its nadir and with a fancy darkroom nearly complete, I'm feeling the itch to expose myself (and some film) to the Scottish hills. Alba gu bràth!!