Archive for the 'Quick Tips' category


Black & White vs. Color Photography

by Dave Mobbs – May 8th, 2018

What is the difference between black and white photography and color photography – aside from the obvious?   According to our two guest Coloratti Ambassadors, there are two key elements for both colour and black and white photography: light for… Read more

The power of HSL Adjustment Layers in Affinity Photo

by Alan Winslow – March 27th, 2018

When editing using Affinity Photo software, we use adjustment layers to make non-destructive corrections to our images. Working inside the Photo Persona in the Affinity Photo, we are going to look at the power of HSL adjustment layers to make… Read more

X-Rite Quick Tip: How Our Prints Look on Different Paper Surface

by Alan Winslow – March 9th, 2018

Characteristics of a paper surface can drastically affect how our final printed images appear. You’ve spent the time in the field or studio making your dream shot. You’ve toned your photo on a calibrated monitor perfecting the final image on… Read more

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Capturing the Perfect Portrait with Coloratti Daniele Barraco

by Dave Mobbs – February 16th, 2018

As a celebrity and portrait photographer, it’s essential for me to be able to capture my subject’s personality in a single image. Equally important is to ensure they are satisfied with the final result. Here are some simple and easy… Read more

Photography in Winter by Coloratti Kevin Mullins

by Dave Mobbs – December 5th, 2017

Photography in winter demands some extra planning and preparation. The first thing to think about when shooting weddings in winter is to be prepared with the right clothes and footwear. Squelching around for hours with cold, wet feet is no… Read more

QUICK TIP: Lightroom Presets

by Alan Winslow – September 25th, 2017

Presets are a great way to streamline your workflow in Adobe Lightroom.… Read more

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