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February 25, 2012 - 12 went

Photography - Exposure

playing with white balance techniques from the class. In all settings the color came out blue.

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Added by Joanne D.
on Mar 14, 2012.


  • Ken S.

    Extremely difficult exposure situation! You lost details in both the shadows and highlights. I think you should have choose one and sacrificed the other. The hair details or dress details would be nice to see. Also look a bit blue - white balance looks to be set for warmer light. You needed daylight or shadow setting on the white balance or by number 5000K or so.

    or cancel

  • Joanne D.

    agree. The light coming from the window hitting the one area but shadowed in the other areas. Some of the other shots were great so I will check the settings to see the differences.

    or cancel

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