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· Thomas N Salzano,Thomas Salzano

Color is inarguably one of the most essential elements of photography. Normally, a photographer would spend a lot of time thinking about the framing, rule of thirds or selecting between horizontal and vertical composition. Thomas N Salzano, a New Jersey based hairstylist and an avid traveler, photographer and blogger says, “The way shades blend in a picture is very important, just like any other element in drawing that catches the attention of the viewers.”

Let us know more about the theory of photography that you should know:

Primary Colors

Primary colors are those that can't be made by mixing two different colors and are the basic colors of the color wheel. For the photographer, they are RED, BLUE and GREEN.

Secondary Shades

You get secondary colors by adding any two of the primary colors. For photographers the secondary color shades are Orange, purple and green.

Monochromatic Shades

The Monochromes are usually regarded as Black and White. These shades are made by using several tones of just one Shade. They are usually low in Contrast and creates smooth look.

Thomas Salzano advises the budding photographer on the colors that, the more you can control your composition, better will be your photography.

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