Nikon 50mm 1.8


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Took some pic of this lens . Believe alot of photographer ass is being save by this lens :bsmilie:

Strobist infor : shot throught DIY soft box at camera left ,with white card as reflector at subject right

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ok lets see the difference if any. is your monitor calibrated bro?

i've taken the liberty to adjust the white balance, let me know if it shouldn't be here


yape ..your version is black and mine bluish ...I try to used curve to bring down the magenta/purple ....

My flow is curve ...click on the red on the RGB and bring down the red ..should bring the blue too since red and blue get purple , just my wild guess ....btw my screen not calibrated :cry:....tonight go back muts try again argggggggg

Maybe can share how to correct the WB

thanks for the help dude...and no problem your version can stay as a a learning for everyone ;)
 

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well i used the photoshop raw editor, opened your jpeg file as raw to edit in the window, all i needed was to click on the white part which was the white font.

if you're using curves, its alittle harder to explain but u need to find the neutral point which is the white font and check the colour points on the curve. sum them up and divide by 3 and adjust the output for red, green and blue individually to that averaged value and you get your neutral colour on that point which should correct your white balance in this case.

not sure if its digestable or not what i just said but if not i can try to further help if you need to. just sharing alittle knowledge of what i know
 

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well i used the photoshop raw editor, opened your jpeg file as raw to edit in the window, all i needed was to click on the white part which was the white font.

if you're using curves, its alittle harder to explain but u need to find the neutral point which is the white font and check the colour points on the curve. sum them up and divide by 3 and adjust the output for red, green and blue individually to that averaged value and you get your neutral colour on that point which should correct your white balance in this case.

not sure if its digestable or not what i just said but if not i can try to further help if you need to. just sharing alittle knowledge of what i know

Million thanks for the effort to explain to me ...i have just adjust and post up again ..see if this work ..really hope it does this time round :embrass:
 

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Post up on my original thread lor ...post no 1 , the old pic i remove liao ...cannot notice the different meh :cry:...hahahaha
 

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LOL ...hahaha...thanks for you help again ...i think is just me :bsmilie::bsmilie::bsmilie:
 

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