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09-21-2016, 12:30 PM   #9646
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guys, is there any way around a different WB issue on different sides of the sensor?

09-21-2016, 02:59 PM   #9647
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QuoteOriginally posted by den2099 Quote
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guys, is there any way around a different WB issue on different sides of the sensor?
AFAIK two different shots manually blended are the universal solution. I can't think of any camera that allows variable WB in a single shot.
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QuoteOriginally posted by unkipunki Quote
AFAIK two different shots manually blended are the universal solution. I can't think of any camera that allows variable WB in a single shot.
What about "Multi Auto White Balance" (available on 645Z,K-1, and recent APS-C Pentax cameras)?
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QuoteOriginally posted by photoptimist Quote
What about "Multi Auto White Balance" (available on 645Z,K-1, and recent APS-C Pentax cameras)?
I have the Z and will look into this when I can, but it isn't something that has made itself mildly available intuitively. If it exists I may find uses for it, but so far not feeling crippled by ignorance.

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QuoteOriginally posted by unkipunki Quote
I have the Z and will look into this when I can, but it isn't something that has made itself mildly available intuitively. If it exists I may find uses for it, but so far not feeling crippled by ignorance.
Not surprising. I'd imagine that most Z owners (and pro photographers) take other steps to avoid or control multi-WB issues and are shooting RAW so the camera's JPEG settings don't matter.
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QuoteOriginally posted by photoptimist Quote
What about "Multi Auto White Balance" (available on 645Z,K-1, and recent APS-C Pentax cameras)?
I've never used it but I remember reading in a K3 review that it's not very effective.
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I encounter lighting issues, especially weddings where the white balance is accurate for an outdoor scene, but with the bride in her white dress in the shade of a tree, takes on a blue cast. I use Google Color Efex Pro and use the White Neutralizer to clean up the whites and other issues. Usually brushing in the changes

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You just put the camera ON THE GROUND?! nice

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QuoteOriginally posted by Bonner04 Quote
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Thank you for posting. I was studying the Blackfoot nation for my thesis. Seeing the place is pretty special. I'd like to visit it some day...
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Another one from the recent early rise. This was taken with the Pentax A 645 200mm which is not a straight out of camera star, but I am getting used to it's different behavour. Still it takes a bit of work in PP to really make the image work for me, but seems worth it on occaision.

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Fall has arrived and it looks like winter is right around the corner!
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Fall has arrived and it looks like winter is right around the corner!
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Nice. Where's that?
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