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    Auto to A setting

    I found a beautiful old derelict house in the mountains. I took some shots with the Auto setting, got rich colors. Switched to Aperture setting and the images had a bluish cast. What causes this, how to avoid it?
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    Re: Auto to A setting

    Quote Originally Posted by JJZ View Post
    I found a beautiful old derelict house in the mountains. I took some shots with the Auto setting, got rich colors. Switched to Aperture setting and the images had a bluish cast. What causes this, how to avoid it?
    thanks
    Without seeing any examples it's hard to say, but, it sounds like full Auto may have used a warmer White Balance. That would be simplest explanation.
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    Re: Auto to A setting

    I had the same problem a few years back. All my outdoor photos had a blue tint to them. If I remember correctly, I had WB set for Incandescent light instead of sunlight.
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