roygoh said:I presume you are asking for opinion on the colour balance differences between the 2 photos?
The second photo has toned down blue and green, which is expected behaviour of the 85C warming filter. The filter seems to be doing its job.
What were the camera settings for both pictures? Were these shot on film or on digital? If digital, what was the WB setting?
By the way, I tried to achieve the same effects by tweaking the colours on the first photo in phoroshop. Here's what I arrived at. I think it is pretty close to what the filter did. What do you think?
Yes, I'm asking for opinions on the color balance differences for the 2 photos.
You did a good job with the photo in PhotoShop. The tweaking is really very close to the 85C. In fact I like your tweaked photo more than mine with the filter. The colors on the walls of the buildings are closer to life. What was your workflow in achieving the results, just a brief run thru', no need for details.
The photos were shot in digital. Shot in RAW, f3.5, 1/5sec, iso200, W/B-auto, multi pattern metering, programmed auto.
Roy,roygoh said:Hi teerex,
Since you shot in RAW then I suppose the WB setting on camera does not matter anymore. However, what WB setting did you use when you convert the RAW images to jpeg? I am asking because the comparison is only meaningful if the WB setting in the conversion is identical for the 2 photos.
Glad you liked my version.