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Thread: White card to calibrate white balance?

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    Default Re: White card to calibrate white balance?

    Quote Originally Posted by G-man
    Well I am just an amatuer hobbyist, so I am quite happy as long as it looks white to me, my colours come out accurate and they work, it's fine by me.

    If you're doing it pro, then yea I say invest in something that'll last you a long time. In my case, i have tons of styrene sheets lying around as I build gunpla model kits too so those were good enough for me.
    Then I won't even bother. I just set my camera to Cloudy (6500K) and it looks ok to me. Sure it will not look white under tungsten light or street lamps, but your eye doesn't see those as white either.

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    Default Re: White card to calibrate white balance?

    Quote Originally Posted by ShutterBugL
    Is anyone using a white card to calibrate white balance? If so, what do you use?

    I read about WhiBal (see http://www.rawworkflow.com/products/whibal/index.html) which is supposedly quite good. But man, it costs an arm and a leg! Wondering if there are more affordable alternatives.
    Yes, using WhiBal for almost a year now .. its great

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