In a season dominated by green, you can help the natural landscape with your camera, filters and the delicate use of Photoshop tools
Text And Photography By Daryl Benson
Published July 1, 2008
Updated June 30, 2016
In the summer, hot on the heels of a season that positively bursts with varied hues, the color that most comes to mind is green. The landscape becomes a green carpet, and finding dramatic color combinations can be a daunting task. Sure, there still are flowers and blooms to work with, but compared to the explosion of spring colors, summer photography can be tough. To make summer color really pop, you can turn to some special equipment and technology.
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