lewisc wrote in post #17349413
I was wondering what the IMAGE EDITING meant. I found the eye dropper tool and that has changed a few of them to some nicer colours. I'm shooting in RAW so there's a bit of room to move. It's also the highest I have pushed the ISO on the 6D. It was shot at 4000 I think. I'm happy with the quality that has come out.
Another thing I recall from the night (and I should have remembered this when I first posted), was that the lighting in the room was blue. That's why the pictures are blue. It's shot fairly close to what the conditions were on the night. Would it be odd to change the colour temp to achieve a nicer image even though it looked like that on the night?
Aha! I thought that might have been the case because when I first examined your top photo I saw that the red channel was very weak, almost non-existent in some spots. Way too weak for normal broad spectrum lighting. That's why I put on the red filter, to beef up the red channel. Besides, you get a blue image when an outdoors shot is accidently WBed with a tungsten preset, not (as in this case) the other way around.