Do you ever wonder why, when photographing indoors, your images
have a green, amber, or blue color shift? This is often the
result of photographing in different light sources other than
daylight. Fluorescent light is often green in color, living room
lamps have an amber tint, and then there are sodium vapors and
mercury vapors and other light sources of different color
Now introduce your strobe lights, which are daylight balanced,
into the mix of other light sources and you have a problem known
as 'mixed lighting.' To work with strobes in different
color light sources you need to have the tools to match light
sources to create photographs that are color balanced.
Using a custom white balance or auto white balance might get you
close, but these methods cant make different lights sources the
same color, only provide a compromise. Camera Raw will also get
you close, but again it is a compromise and professional
photographers don't compromise. If you are shooting an
assignment of a hotel interior for the architect they will
expect perfect color balance, not a compromise.
Sample lessons: The lesson are well
written, nicely designed, easily printed for future reference.
· Color Theory
Correcting for color balance
Using strobes and changing their color
How a color meter works.
Controlling color with exposure
Using color shift creatively
is the creator?
This eBook is
veteran professional photographer for over 25 years. He has
traveled the U.S. and Internationally on assignment for many
magazines and large corporations including:
Xerox, NW Airlines, Fujitsu, Tektronix, Nike, Blue Cross,
Nationsbank, Precision Castparts Corp., Mentor Graphics, Texas
Instruments, Pacificorp, Cellular One, America West Airlines,
Sequent Computer, Early Winters, Cascade Bancorp, Associated
General Contractors, Sunset Magazine, Farmers Insurance, Key
Bank, Northwest Airlines,
and many more.
And he has balanced color in countless
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