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Aug 23, 2010 17:39 |  #1

I was messing around with jpeg white balances and saw a small video on the net how to make white balance presets in CS5 and CS4 to use for jpegs so jpeg shoots can use virtually the same white balance selections that is in the raw editor. Basically they all work except tungsten. When using the tungsten preset on a tungsten shot where tungsten was selected on the camera, the image all of a sudden changes to blue, like there was no gel on the flash to balance it out or something when there was. The tungsten setting on the same image's raw file comes out great..why the difference? All the others work.




  
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Aug 24, 2010 03:43 |  #2

Maybe if you could provide a link to the video we could understand better what you are talking about and discuss it.


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Aug 24, 2010 10:16 |  #3

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The tungsten setting on the same image's raw file comes out great..why the difference? All the others work.

Why would you be adjusting WB on a JPG?


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Aug 24, 2010 10:58 |  #4

ChasP505 wrote in post #10778410 (external link)
Why would you be adjusting WB on a JPG?

Sometimes, when you're not looking, a jpeg file will show up on you're computer.
In dire need of a WB adjustment.:(
It happens to me all the time.:confused:


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Aug 24, 2010 11:08 |  #5

DAMphyne wrote in post #10778634 (external link)
Sometimes, when you're not looking, a jpeg file will show up on you're computer.

Sneaky little weasels, those JPGs! ;)


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Aug 24, 2010 19:27 as a reply to  @ ChasP505's post |  #6

Here you go..

http://www.peachpit.co​m …26-4427-a6eb-4b4c6a170643 (external link)

I got them all made but the tungsten isn't working correctly.




  
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Aug 24, 2010 22:16 |  #7

Should work...
Screenshot of the applied setting?


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Aug 29, 2010 16:59 as a reply to  @ René Damkot's post |  #8

I found the problem. Apparantley when you shoot with a tungsten WB and gel for that, the tungsten wb in CS5 can't do anymore and treats it like the tungsten WB setting in the camera doesn't exist..I processed a gelled tungsten shot with WB set at tungsten and when using the tungsten preset the pic turns blue like a flash was used on a tungsten WB setting..weird I know..but I shot a tungsten pic with no flash and no gel and the jpeg preset tungsten setting worked perfect...




  
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Aug 30, 2010 01:37 |  #9

What do you mean by "gelled"?

CC filter on the lens?


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Aug 30, 2010 01:41 |  #10

A warming gel on the flash, I would guess


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Aug 30, 2010 01:43 |  #11

Not by the effect he's describing...
(Unless the camera set "Flash" WB because a flash was used and ACR pics that up, but then the "tungsten" preset isn't working like it should)


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Aug 30, 2010 01:46 |  #12

I agree something sounds amiss, but since he's talking about "jpeg presets" I'm wondering if things might be a bit skewered? I dunno...


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Aug 31, 2010 20:17 |  #13

René Damkot wrote in post #10814578 (external link)
What do you mean by "gelled"?

CC filter on the lens?

no,cto or orange gel on the flash when taking the image and camera wb set to tungsten.




  
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Sep 01, 2010 08:28 |  #14

In that case it should work I'd say...


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Sep 02, 2010 17:23 |  #15

René Damkot wrote in post #10829011 (external link)
In that case it should work I'd say...

I know..but it doesn't..it works yes on images where flash was not used..but when flash was used it's like it picks up the flash and ignores the tungsten no matter how the flash was gelled. Oh well.




  
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