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    Acrobat

    In the yellow Grevillia.





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    Re: Acrobat

    Hard to please.

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    Re: Acrobat

    they're nice shots - perhaps white balance is off a bit?
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    Re: Acrobat

    Quote Originally Posted by redeye View Post
    they're nice shots - perhaps white balance is off a bit?
    Which way do you think?

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    Re: Acrobat

    doesn't seem "white" enough, bit too much of a yellow cast.....l can't play with it in jpeg to adjust WB

    edit - "wrensday" seems much more natural, WB-wise to me
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    Re: Acrobat

    Quote Originally Posted by redeye View Post
    doesn't seem "white" enough, bit too much of a yellow cast.....l can't play with it in jpeg to adjust WB

    edit - "wrensday" seems much more natural, WB-wise to me
    You can of course in Lightroom adjust colour temp on a jpeg, and also levels in PS will allow you to sample an area you think should be white or grey. I think what Iím getting is reflected light from the walls of the house which are yellow and of course the Gravillia is yellow too which could be giving a bit of tone. There isnít really anything much in the pictures which is actually white so itís hard to get a handle on it. I shot it on auto WB but Iíll have a bit of a play with it and reduce the yellow tone a bit. Thanks for your input.

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