|2nd of January 2006 (Mon)||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2005
balance during a wedding; a realistic approach?
How do you guys and gals handle white balance when shooting weddings?
I find that it can be quite difficut to handle that problem as the lighting can vary quite a bit within the same location!
The lighting can be very different from the back of the church than the front. There seem to be more churches than before with skylights. Depending where the couple is at certain moments during the wedding, the white balance might have to be redone. Even a changing sky condition will have an effect...
I'd rather nail the white balance on the spot than having to fix RAW files after the fact.
Any realistic suggestions on white balance tools?
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