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    Default How to WB in PS?

    Hi guys, I got a question about WB settings I hope someone here can help me with
    For instance, if I have taken a picture of a white object and a picture of another non-white object (eg, a person's face) both under the same lighting conditions. I open both pics in PS and I can simply set the approx WB for the first pic by using the white pt tool in levels. So how do I apply the same settings for the 2nd pic since there is no white pt? Can I just copy the layer adjustment over to the 2nd pic and it would work the same?

    I'm asking this since it seems to be a viable option to grey card calibration in-camera.

    Thanks to anyone in advance who can help me out here

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    haha....let me try...

    get the photo with the idea tone first..

    choose image....adjustments...match colour.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splutter
    Hi guys, I got a question about WB settings I hope someone here can help me with
    For instance, if I have taken a picture of a white object and a picture of another non-white object (eg, a person's face) both under the same lighting conditions. I open both pics in PS and I can simply set the approx WB for the first pic by using the white pt tool in levels. So how do I apply the same settings for the 2nd pic since there is no white pt? Can I just copy the layer adjustment over to the 2nd pic and it would work the same?

    I'm asking this since it seems to be a viable option to grey card calibration in-camera.

    Thanks to anyone in advance who can help me out here
    Check this out http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=94234

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