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    I went to take pics of BQ on a wet noon-even... the colour came out yellowish-tint, sort of... some 1 told me that it was due to the rain. true? and if so, can i use a filter to get rid of it or sumthing?

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    are you using digital? if it is, you could try using other white balance settings.

    if the color cast is in the prints. it could be the photo lab's fault.

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    nope, using film. :P uhm.. so its not the rain or anything?

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    Not likely rain will cause any yellow tint. At most it will cause a haze.
    If you want to check whether it's the lab's fault, print it at another lab and compare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ah Pao
    Not likely rain will cause any yellow tint. At most it will cause a haze.
    If you want to check whether it's the lab's fault, print it at another lab and compare.
    Unless it is raining sulphuric acid ;P.

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    recently i found that the afternoons give a yellow tinge when its over cast.. few times in the city, but its often very over cast and near to evening... but was it like that when u were shooting?

    if not cld check lab lor...

    was it recently? like last thurs? just wondering.....





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    lol it was over cast... as it was raining.. thoses thick over cast grey clouds... and no, it wasn't anytime recently. i was just taking my old pics out to see and spotted it... and no, it wasn't discolouration, cause i have a tendency to write down the faults of the pic... so...

    anyway, is there a way to get rid of the haze? polorizer or sumthing?

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    i guess rain or anything will not cause pictures to turn out yellowish...!! never encounter this before... i think it might be the labs problem... or maybe the fim??

    maybe a circular polariser can help...??

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    uhm.. i think its wat moo was saying.. cause conditions were like that... using c-PL... troubles some.. cause already low light.. then i taking road junction... dun want the light trials... ah well, guess no help for it..

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