Thanks to the workshop I attended this past weekend, I've learned some features of my Canon G10 camera that I initially thought never existed. Blame it on my lazy mentality each time I have to read its manual, I only knew a few things about my camera prior to the workshop.
Anyway, as the photography workshop's activities were mostly done outdoors, I had a lot of opportunities to practise making the colors more vibrant.
I have always thought that Canon cameras have lighter color palette than Sony cameras as based on past experience. But with the lessons I've learned from the workshop, I can now manipulate the colors to my liking.
This photographer-participant became an instant model when we had one of our activities in Loleng's Mountain Resort. While others were busy gunning their cameras on the instant model, I was busy shooting the skies and manipulating their colors.
One more sky shot...
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