31st March 2004, 02:41 AM
Not sure what exact point you are referring to by this, but the basic colour balancing variations tool works on this principle.
Originally Posted by sehsuan
31st March 2004, 02:45 AM
i mean, the complementary colors, and colour wheel concepts combined are the basis for Color Balance in PS? like, add a colour, to remove the "other" complementary colour?
31st March 2004, 03:02 AM
If you need white as white then shoot using the custom white balance.
Actual Day Outdoor Wedding shot in cloudy -3 is to produce a warm effect and to compensate the D100 off camera pictures which in general(to my limited use and knowledge) tends to be cooler.
Btw, as Zerstorer pointed out, poeple do not always want a true white to white. That is why apart from WB control, 81A,B,C filters are sometimes also used to produce a warm effect on photos.
(although some may argue that it is used in cloudy situation to counter the blue cast)
31st March 2004, 07:59 AM
set custom WB for use as datum, then shoot in RAW, and batch process with set custom WB or as desired.
31st March 2004, 12:25 PM
Last edited by Watcher; 31st March 2004 at 12:30 PM.
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1st April 2004, 01:38 PM
well if you are really so particular abt the WB, then shooting raw is the way to go. well if you think that 10D is writing too slow to the CF, either, get a faster CF, or change the body. Well at least the 1D is much faster in this area. or you can try to skimp on your firing technique. Know when and how much to press. Well for a Pro like you, I dun think it a problem rite>?
1st April 2004, 04:26 PM
I am NOT a photographer by profession. Thank you for thinking so highly of me, but my current needs do not dictate a need for the 1D/1D Mk II as yet.
1st April 2004, 04:50 PM
zerstorer you are correct.
Originally Posted by Zerstorer