Tint Correction


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lastboltnut

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Hi guys,

I was shooting in a church with tinted purple glass on top, so the entire church was casted with slight purple tint.....no matter how I adjust the WB, the purple is still there. So I shoot in RAW and I was able to adj the tint during the conversion. The WB was left unchanged.

I am thinking is it possible to correct the tint in-camera?

TIA!:)
 

zac08

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Hi guys,

I was shooting in a church with tinted purple glass on top, so the entire church was casted with slight purple tint.....no matter how I adjust the WB, the purple is still there. So I shoot in RAW and I was able to adj the tint during the conversion. The WB was left unchanged.

I am thinking is it possible to correct the tint in-camera?

TIA!:)
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Do yourself a favour. Just destroy the windows :D
 

Squid

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Hi guys,

I was shooting in a church with tinted purple glass on top, so the entire church was casted with slight purple tint.....no matter how I adjust the WB, the purple is still there. So I shoot in RAW and I was able to adj the tint during the conversion. The WB was left unchanged.

I am thinking is it possible to correct the tint in-camera?
If you have Nikon CaptureNX (not Nikon Capture), you may try the color cast correction using neutral color point like shown at Popular Photo website
 

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