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Old 01-02-2007, 12:54   #1 (permalink)
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White balance question?

One area of photography I haven't come to terms with is White Balance. I'm more than comfortable with other aspects but WB is something I need to get to grips with. So far I use the AWB on a Canon 30D and it does a good job but I often wonder about using custom WB with a grey card. Does anyone do this and if so is the hassle worth it? TIA.
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Old 01-02-2007, 14:06   #2 (permalink)
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Re: White balance question?

I don't and, tho' it is very easy to correct from RAW, think that there are occasions when I should - specifically, when it's murder to find the actual true WB (and so the actual colours)!!
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Re: White balance question?

I have it on auto too as I keep forgetting to set it manually.
However a dude I spoke to (old skool photog) gave me a telling off for it. He said that although you can change the WB setting after shooting, it results in loss of quality.
Dunno if he was right or not - sounded like gish to me as RAWs are just the raw sensor data so I tend to think of WB as a colour offset. however he was into photography when I was running about in nappies so I didn't argue too much
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Old 01-02-2007, 18:26   #4 (permalink)
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Re: White balance question?

I shoot RAW but as I suffer with colour blindness I can't trust my eyes on the PC to get WB correct.........it is so frustrating when I think I have it correct only for someone to say "WB is off"

I now put my trust in an expodisc that I try to use as much as possible to set the WB.
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Re: White balance question?

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... RAWs are just the raw sensor data so I tend to think of WB as a colour offset..
that is correct, if you shoot raw then changing WB has no effect on image quality, with jpeg changing the WB is likely to change the image quality at least to a small extent

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Re: White balance question?

I only ever shoot raw because I always forget to change the WB and wind up with all sorts of bother later on.
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Re: White balance question?

Thanks for the replies chaps. Assuming it is correct about RAW then I have no problem since I only shoot RAW
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Re: White balance question?

RAW it is for post-exposure colour balance control. Just a point - remember that the preview window on the camera usually shows the image as if processed using the WB. Don't let this frighten you (as it sometimes does me!) since in RAW it don't count diddly.
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Re: White balance question?

Thanks Les....I only use the LCD for histogram and invariably I forget to do that
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Re: White balance question?

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... I suffer with colour blindness ...
Ah, that explains your comment about not seeing the mauve Crew-text, P-E. I did wonder if that was it, but didn't like to ask.

To the question in hand: I always shoot RAW + hardly ever have to alter WB, which I just leave set to auto. I expect if I were to do a lot of shots with mixed lighting, it might be a different story.
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Ah, that explains your comment about not seeing the mauve Crew-text, P-E. I did wonder if that was it, but didn't like to ask.
No I saw the colour Charlotte I was just
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Re: White balance question?

I definitely prefer to use RAW as AWB is only usually accurate when there is one basic light source. Often we don't notice too much because we are not seeking absolute accuracy of light and colour in every shot but when we have taken a shot in the beautiful golden light of dawn on a clear day, it is horrible to realise the AWB has desaturated it and made it look flat.

I don't tend to use a grey card very often though now and again if it is really critical I will. Most of the time I just grab a shot with a sheet of white paper and a piece of black cloth (which are always in my bag) and they suffice quite nicely.

I simply don't trust settings like Cloudy, Tungsten and so forth so RAW gives me what I need as I can always adjust it. Leave your camera in Tungsten by mistake and shoot away some jpegs and you will be really screwed. Try removing that blue tone convincingly!

I must confirm what Silver rightly said: using RAW and adjusting the lighting does NOT deteriorate the quality of the shot.

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... I simply don't trust settings like Cloudy, Tungsten and so forth ...
I think that goes without saying, Rob ... You, and I for that matter, are way beyond using/trusting these, without expecting to do a little adjustment. After all, they are just markers along the Kelvin Scale, + can't possibly be expected to magic up the exact correct WB every time, since no two moments are the same re: colour of light, + these settings are a fixed measurement
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I do like running through the WB presets on the RAW converter to see which works best. Cloudy often adds a nice warming effect that I like. Tungsten can work great for blue skies if you are doing a B&W conversion. The freedom to try them all and then pick the one (or a colour temp) that suits is a huge advantage of RAW.
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Raw only here, I use custom settings on my 20D, flip through the numbers. I use this because I wanted inside pictures and other kids places to capture my grandkids. The pictures, "if taking a # of them", will pretty much all be the same tone and an easy batch fix in raw converter. I now don't use auto_AWB because of habit, maybe a bad one? I see custom settings the same way I see the tempeture settings in RAW.
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Re: White balance question?

just as a side note that may or may not be of use..

canon 30D has a rgb histogram,. bare in mind if you are using this to determine the exposure then the little humps + stuff are changed by the WB setting on the camera

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I shoot RAW and would not EVER consider NOT WB!

I shoot for clients so getting the shot as close to perfect in the camera is a huge priority for me. I need as less photoshop as possible. Shooting what you see and relying on photoshop to save you is one of the main disadvantages of digital, imho, it forces us to be lazy.

Shoot it right in camera and watch how you shave off time in your post process.
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I shoot RAW and would not EVER consider NOT WB!

I shoot for clients so getting the shot as close to perfect in the camera is a huge priority for me. I need as less photoshop as possible. Shooting what you see and relying on photoshop to save you is one of the main disadvantages of digital, imho, it forces us to be lazy.

Shoot it right in camera and watch how you shave off time in your post process.
It's personal preference I guess. Remember that when shooting in RAW, the data is unchanged regardless of what white balance you set in the camera - the white balance value the camera chose is just appended at (from memory) the end of the file. What you're doing by setting the white-balance in the camera is causing the RAW conversion software to use that white-balance value by default. I could take the exact same shot with a completely different white-balance setting and get exactly the same end result, I'd just have to adjust the colour temperature manually in the RAW conversion software.

As such, you're trading off time spent during shooting with time spent after shooting. Personally, I'd rather spend the time when I'm on a shoot actually taking pictures rather than bothering with an 18% gray card. The time spent manually setting the white-balance in post-processing is almost certainly comparable - especially as most RAW conversion software will let you apply a setting like white-balance across a batch of photographs.

I also find that I don't always want to use the 'correct' white balance - sometimes a shot can look better with a warmer or cooler colour temperature, and give a different effect - it depends what you're shooting. Catalogue images are going to look best if the white balance is correct.
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Just a further note on raw, the low end Nikons do not submit unadulterated raw, they actually apply a compression curve/algorithm.
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It's personal preference I guess. Remember that when shooting in RAW, the data is unchanged regardless of what white balance you set in the camera - the white balance value the camera chose is just appended at (from memory) the end of the file. What you're doing by setting the white-balance in the camera is causing the RAW conversion software to use that white-balance value by default. I could take the exact same shot with a completely different white-balance setting and get exactly the same end result, I'd just have to adjust the colour temperature manually in the RAW conversion software.

As such, you're trading off time spent during shooting with time spent after shooting. Personally, I'd rather spend the time when I'm on a shoot actually taking pictures rather than bothering with an 18% gray card. The time spent manually setting the white-balance in post-processing is almost certainly comparable - especially as most RAW conversion software will let you apply a setting like white-balance across a batch of photographs.

I also find that I don't always want to use the 'correct' white balance - sometimes a shot can look better with a warmer or cooler colour temperature, and give a different effect - it depends what you're shooting. Catalogue images are going to look best if the white balance is correct.
If I white balance in camera, then change from custom wb to say flash, in that raw pic I can see a difference. I manually wb as I like my skin tones as close to perfect in cam. I always boost for warmth pp. I should post two raw images, one taken at awb and one at custom to show the difference that I get. Remember, this is just my experience. I shoot people all day every day so getting it right is uber important.
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Expodisc white balance was just posted in the reviews, it eliminates a lot of color correcting I think its a lot better that using a grey card ..
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When shooting in RAW, I think that the sensor only recognizes 0's and 1's. The white balance setting in camera resided in the exif file, and can be changed in photoshop. When working with a raw file in ACR, any changes you make to the settings are again, in the exif file, and do not change the basic sensor data. That is one of the joys of RAW shooting.

So, while one can fudge the WB in cam, it doesn't seem logical to me to fuss with it too much because it is so easy to adjust in ACR.

If I am in error, please correct me.

While it is a waste of shooting time to take a picture of the gray card and to set the camera to custom WB, I have started to use a gray card to set the colors in ps. I just take the first shot in a particular lighting situation with the Gretag Macbeth gray card, then shoot away in the rest of the set.



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