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Remember to deselect auto white balance when using auxiliary lens filters

Added on Tuesday 11th of October 2011 09:25 am EST
 

by Jim Whitcomb
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Photo equipment manufacturers still offer a wide variety of lens filters that add an effect or color to a shot that otherwise can’t be duplicated digitally in an application such as Adobe Photoshop. When using filters that modify the color in a scene, remember to turn off the auto white balance feature of your digital camera. If you don’t, this setting attempts to balance the effect of your filter. The result can be a muddy mess, such as...