but overall in the whole image, there is a slight greenish tinge, especially in the shadow area, on the overall image due to slight WB issue... it might be due to ambient fluorescent light spilling onto the shadow area (this is of course speculation but it does look like the green tinge you get from fluorescent lighting)... likewise I have tried to adjust the tinge, successfully, by adjusting the overall colour of the image
No matter what you do in the WB, you cannot prevent this. You can adjust WB spot on, but when the light strikes directly at your lens, you get the green flare.
Last edited by Scaglietti; 4th April 2007 at 04:10 PM.
Since now it is already shot and over, the only thing you can do now is adjust it in post processing.
I am ok with others having differing views, that does not make me hate the person...
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ok, though this is the silhouette one, i've tried removing the green tinge.
how does it go?or too dark cant see?
Prefer the first one - though I would like to have seen stronger flare, but without the green cast from the flare dominating the tones so much. I made a quick 2 minute edit of your photo - do you mind if I post it to show you what I mean ?