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  1. #471
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    Re: Post your sunset shots

    Post your sunset shots
    Quote Originally Posted by Joy R View Post
    learning how to use white balance in sunset
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    And, just for the record, what white balance did you select?


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  2. #472
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    Re: Post your sunset shots

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    i used to think i can add the white balance in ViewNX after the shot
    but using white balance during the shot completely makes the outcome different!
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  3. #473
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    Re: Post your sunset shots

    Quote Originally Posted by Joy R View Post
    Shade
    i used to think i can add the white balance in ViewNX after the shot
    but using white balance during the shot completely makes the outcome different!

    Guess you are shooting in JPEG and not RAW.

    If you shoot in RAW you can change the white balance in post processing.

    Nice shot by the way.

  4. #474
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    Re: Post your sunset shots

    in RAW
    yes i can change the setting in post processing. but i think setting it during the shots, makes a lot different

    thanks
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  5. #475
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    Re: Post your sunset shots

    Quote Originally Posted by Joy R View Post
    in RAW
    yes i can change the setting in post processing. but i think setting it during the shots, makes a lot different

    thanks
    I am not so sure that is so, but i usually have my white balance set to cloudy.

  6. #476
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    Re: Post your sunset shots

    Quote Originally Posted by Joy R View Post
    in RAW
    yes i can change the setting in post processing. but i think setting it during the shots, makes a lot different

    thanks
    Shooting in Raw it makes absolutely no difference. It is even better to just set it to automatic WB shooting RAW, then fix if needed in PP using the eyedrop tool or other methods that you prefer.
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    Re: Post your sunset shots

    Post your sunset shots
    Collection of a few sunset (and sunrise) photos from this week!

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  8. #478
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    Re: Post your sunset shots

    @RON, Blacktop:

    it does Ron, you already set your camera in Manual white balance. Cloudy
    but not with Auto
    when shoot sky with sun, i never had this color with white balance set in auto. there is not much i can do with white balance in post processing unless i bring up heavy saturation. or change the temperature and the tint.

    but with manual white balance set during the shots, i don't need to do anything at all. that picture above, i just play around in brightness and shadow in ViewNX. that's it. no saturation. the color comes out amazingly. i don't even need lightroom
    i always shoot in RAW

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  9. #479
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    Re: Post your sunset shots

    Quote Originally Posted by Joy R View Post
    @RON, Blacktop:

    it does Ron, you already set your camera in Manual white balance. Cloudy
    but not with Auto
    when shoot sky with sun, i never had this color with white balance set in auto. there is not much i can do with white balance in post processing unless i bring up heavy saturation. or change the temperature and the tint.

    but with manual white balance set during the shots, i don't need to do anything at all. that picture above, i just play around in brightness and shadow in ViewNX. that's it. no saturation. the color comes out amazingly. i don't even need lightroom
    i always shoot in RAW

    I shoot in raw as well and I have to agree with you. I just shoot a series of photos using every wb icon on my dial and each photo is different, ranging from cool to extra warm.
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    Re: Post your sunset shots

    Post your sunset shots
    My home is on a knob with the view primarily of the eastern sky. The western sky is covered up with trees. This time of year I can get a sunset or two. I just go to the second floor of the house and take a shot.

    Post your sunset shots-sunset-clouds-1316.jpg

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