Here’s a comparison of what going “too dark” does for your work. We all do it, pulling back on that trigger is so satisfying it’s hard to resist. The trouble with “too dark” is that it leads to higher contrast, which usually leads us to make it more saturated that it should be! With a lot of practice and good guidance from Dru Blair, I’ve learnt to slow down and control the urge to spray more than I think! he has a saying - “ you’ll never be sad if you’re too light” and bam it’s sooooo true! now I don’t expect anyone to read this and not go too dark! But what I would like this post to do is to plant a seed, that LESS is truly MORE.