Sick of those oversaturated unnatural photos?
Let’s be frank about this. A saturated photo does give viewers a more impactful impression, but if you overdo it, it can easily causing visual fatigue.
Those are not the kind of photos you would want to hang it in your living room.
But no worry, I’m going to share with you on how to produce a colourful photo while keeping a natural look.
Let’s start with understanding the Colour Wheel first. A Colour wheel is the basis
This angle was in my list from quite some time ago, it is taken slighter behind from the usual tourist spot, there’s a junction for some good light trail photo with Kuala Lumpur Twin Tower in the background. The weather was kinda hazy during the shoot, but since I am very close to my subject (Twin Tower) and aiming for the night scene, the effect of the haze are minimum. During the shoot I try several different composition moving from one side to another side of the junction,