Monday, June 7, 2010

Shooting Raw & White Balance

One of the advantages of shooting RAWs over JPEGS is the ability to change the white balance of your image after you've shot it. Most RAW processing software gives you the option of altering the white balance using similar pre-sets to those offered by your camera , using a slider to set a colour temperature or even taking a reading from a neutral area of the image. This versality allows you to get much more accurate white  balance than most in-camera systems , especially if you have limited time to take the shot.

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