Series 25 Lesson 1 - Interpreting Halftones

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Using as her subject a little mountain waterfall, Dianne locates halftone areas then slowly blocks them in with three degrees of value while showing how each gets warmer the lighter it becomes.  Halftones are cooler in temperature closer to shadow areas and become warmer as they get closer to center light.

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