spot the difference on the settings


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varf

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is there a point in posting such large images? rather, i don't understand what you're trying to say other than there's a difference in the WB settings.
 

Rashkae

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One had the white balance set to cloudy, the other was auto.

But what on earth is the point of you posting such large images? Nothing better to do on a sunday?
 

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wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

i can circle the differences!

#2 got werewolf

#3 got fairy flying around
 

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oh wait. I sense one.

Feels like sometime related to flash mode, the other auto. But I don't know what it means. :bsmilie:
 

vocalmind

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opss, apology for the large image. will take it down shortly.

im a noob, all of you are correct that the difference is the auto and cloudy WB.

was at the central last saturday around 3pm and it's cloudy outside. I thought the WB is to compensate the camera to as close as the human eye, but look like the AUTO is doing a better job than the cloudy.

:(
 

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"Cloudy" is an average preset, Auto will adjust according real input from the scene. So it's obvious that AUTO might do a better job sometimes. But presets have their purpose as well. The third option is WB tools (exposdisk, graycard) and the 4th option is RAW. Many ways to skin a cat, find your own preference - and how to resize images for posting.
 

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Cloudy


Auto



This scene, the cloudy seems better than auto.
 

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