|5th of August 2001 (Sun)||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2001
indoor portrait with int flash - artificial looking skin col
Anyone have problems with somewhat artificial colours of people/skin tones during indoor flash pics (incand or fluorescent ambient)?
In these scenario, pics of (Asian) people have really fake looking facial/skin colours. What I mean by this is that the face looks "rubber"-ish. Skin colours lie only in a white-pink-black gradient range. Doesn't seem to have any other pigments (e.g. yellow).
I've tried flash and white balance adjustments and they don't seem to fix it. If I extend the shutter speed or disable the flash, things do look better, though sometimes the colours are too warm.
I've seen this prob with other Canon Sxx digitals, but not in my film P&S and SLR.
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