nightpiper said:i see tint in all of them. the clouds is white but the rest of the colour is off. what brand u using? my experience was that Hoya PL has tint. buy a better brand like Nikon PL or B+W PL ($$$), u will see better image quality.
NMSS_2 said:there are a bit of purplish tint. not very obvious till i tried CSII and studio again to determine what is wrong.
must uncheck "shooting setting" in studio and auto or some other settings for WB in CSII to see the difference.
i must go for eye check liao! :bsmilie: not wonder someone (many moons ago) said there were purplish tint in the clouds and i failed to see it in an outdoor shoot!
the pics were shot almost directly facing the sun thus the patchness in the blueness of the sky. i was trying to determine whether tint got anything to do with angle of shoot. but seems like the wb was off due to me not familar with software settings.nightpiper said:'peng yu' use the same set of pics lah. like that how to make comparison? but judging from this new set, i think the min setting is good enuf. also try not to use PL on wide angle lens, the sky coverage is not enuf & will look patchy (one spot very dark deep blue whereas the rest very light blue).
grey= neutral right? :dunno:chainsmoker said:Just calibrated my monitor, not sure how accurate it is.
Your 1st set has a purplish look on the cloud.
2nd set appears grey.
And your avatar has artifacts or is it ....