|18th of May 2010 (Tue)||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2007
hard time with WB this past weekend
I had a hard time getting my WB this past weekend. I shot raw this way i can adjust on PS. But the problem was in the room there was about 5 big window doors allowing natural day light come in along with tungsten hanging lights in the room its self. What I did was I did a custom WB by using the white table cloth. But the problem was the deeper i got into the room away from the doors the more the tungsten took over (obviously). And the closer I got to the window doors is vice versa. At either end or in the middle the WB was off. I guess I have no choice but to adjust in PS no?
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|18th of May 2010 (Tue)||#2|
Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Vancouver, WA USA
Re: hard time with WB this past weekend
Well, you are better doing it in your Raw converter it seems to me. If you can get a batch of shots that have the same mix of lighting then just get the right adjustment for one, you can apply it to the batch and move on to another batch with different lighting. I'd say it would be better to at least get a good starting point with your Raw file than to try messing with an off-WB shot in Photoshop.
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