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    Default Pix Taken With My Lumix LC5-S

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    Default Pix Taken With My Lumix LC5-S (con't)

    Window of my bedroom


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    pics look clean and noise-free. however, is there a slight blue-cast?
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    Originally posted by mpenza
    pics look clean and noise-free. however, is there a slight blue-cast?
    I noticed that too. But I did not do any processing except resizing the images ;P

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    Originally posted by catmanzecatz


    I noticed that too. But I did not do any processing except resizing the images ;P
    it shouldnt have the blueish cast even w/o processing

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    Originally posted by MaGixShOe
    it shouldnt have the blueish cast even w/o processing
    Probably due to the time that this picture was taken. It's a early morning shot ;P

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    Originally posted by nEkOgOtCh


    Probably due to the time that this picture was taken. It's a early morning shot ;P
    I don't think the blue cast is cause by the morning lighting. I experience the same blue cast on my LC5 and some noise if you look at the metallic surface carefully. Hmm... wonder if anyone can help to solve this problem.


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    But sometimes i don't see the blue cast! The blue cast happens when taking under low lighting or metalic surfaces without flash! Here's a sunrise taken at my flat, as you can see there's no blue cast.

    Last edited by kueko; 8th August 2002 at 09:16 AM.

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    kueko... probably it is too smart. I read in one of the review that says that it is over intelligent by taking the initiative to auto-level and adjust certain colours should the most of the whole picture consist of one outstanding colour.

    So for both our pictures turned out bluish probably is the reason for such occurrences ;P

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    i guess its a prob related to some digicams

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