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    Hi guys,

    I was shooting in a church with tinted purple glass on top, so the entire church was casted with slight purple tint.....no matter how I adjust the WB, the purple is still there. So I shoot in RAW and I was able to adj the tint during the conversion. The WB was left unchanged.

    I am thinking is it possible to correct the tint in-camera?

    TIA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lastboltnut View Post
    Hi guys,

    I was shooting in a church with tinted purple glass on top, so the entire church was casted with slight purple tint.....no matter how I adjust the WB, the purple is still there. So I shoot in RAW and I was able to adj the tint during the conversion. The WB was left unchanged.

    I am thinking is it possible to correct the tint in-camera?

    TIA!
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    Wah liew, that will be siong....have to carry a lorry load of rainbow filter out for shooting?? Think PP is the convenient way to go......Thanks for the info!!

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    can also bring a super powreful flash to light up the whole church with white light
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaknafein View Post
    can also bring a super powreful flash to light up the whole church with white light
    Studio strobes would be better..
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    Like that, I bring curtain to cover all the tinted window better.

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    Do yourself a favour. Just destroy the windows

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    Quote Originally Posted by lastboltnut View Post
    Hi guys,

    I was shooting in a church with tinted purple glass on top, so the entire church was casted with slight purple tint.....no matter how I adjust the WB, the purple is still there. So I shoot in RAW and I was able to adj the tint during the conversion. The WB was left unchanged.

    I am thinking is it possible to correct the tint in-camera?
    If you have Nikon CaptureNX (not Nikon Capture), you may try the color cast correction using neutral color point like shown at Popular Photo website

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    Thanks Squid for your tips.

    Quote Originally Posted by Squid View Post
    If you have Nikon CaptureNX (not Nikon Capture), you may try the color cast correction using neutral color point like shown at Popular Photo website

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