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Re: I want pics of your cameras...


for bigger pic can check at ma deviant

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Guys what do you know about Tamron lenses? I went to the camera store tonight for a scouting mission and the clerk there was trying to sell me one. Said it was similar to Canon and half the price... emoticon
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The following lighting tips is by MASTER MONKEY:

"White Balance (WB) is definitely one of those very important things to know when shooting photos. All light sources glow at different temperatures, emitting different colors. Its hard to tell with your eyes, since they tend to self correct, so its good to know what type of light you are shooting with. (if you know this already, please forgive, Im sure someone out there may need this!)

Ones to know:

Tungsten is just your regular incandescent bulb which gives off a warm yellowish hue. Includes halogens. The icon for this on your camera looks just like a lightbulb.

Florescent is usually the long tube lighting you see in office ceilings. It is blueish green in color. The icon is a black horizontal bar with lines coming out of it.

Flash whether on camera, speedlights, or studio strobes, is blue. Icon is a like a lightning bolt

Daylight is pretty much white. But many things can slightly alter the hue such as clouds, time of day, etc. Icon is a sun.

There are a few other camera settings such as cloudy and shade which try to compensate the warm color of a sunny day, but I find it often looks bad.

All of these fixed settings are just estimated values, so each light can vary. This is where setting custom white balances with gray cards is helpful, but not necessary unless this is really your bread and butter.

Some cameras allow you to input the color temperature you wish to correct for. So if you have a light and know what its value is, just match it up.

If you are confused, just put it on AWB (auto white balance) and you should be good for most cases!

One way to always be safe is to shoot RAW. This allows you to easily adjust WB on your photo during post processing before you output to jpeg.

If possible, try to avoid mixing different light types in photos. This can make correcting white balance a major headache even for the best of the best. If you have to mix light source and you want white light, you need to photoshop multiple images or use colored filters on your actual lights (called gels)!

Hope this helps! Sorry for my long winded explanations!"
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