Tuesday, January 11, 2011

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Vitbalans / White balance "auto"

Vit balans "skugga" - White Balance "shade"
NF Photo 110109. Krämbol kanal

De två nedersta bilderna togs samma minut men med olika vitbalans inställning. Rätt stor skillnad, eller...?
The last two photos was shot the same minute but with different setting on Whte balance. Made a big difference, didn´t it?

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35 comments:

LauraX said...

lovely images....I especially enjoy the light reflected off the last photo.

Barbara/myth maker said...

Nice comparison between the auto and shade WB. I don't know which one I like better. Both are nice.

Martina Cardemyr said...

Fina vinterbilder! :)

Hilda R.B said...

Bruker ikke så mye hvitbalansen når jeg bruker raw filer. Men jeg ser med mitt canon er det viktig å sette den på overskyet, da får jeg frem de fargene som jeg ser med mitt øye. Og det synes jeg er viktig. Liker speilingen som blir i elva når sola bader i bakgrunnen. Stilig.

Lasse said...

Ja det var väldigt stor skillnad. Jag håller på den sista bilden som min favorit!

mimmi said...

Ja det kan man verkligen säga .. det såg ut som du hade tagit på olika tidspunkter och olika dagar :)

Martha Z said...

It looks lovely but cold.

J Bar said...

Really beautiful shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Shirley said...

They are all so lovely.

Johnny Nutcase said...

that sunlight is just the perfect amount..really adds a lot to the photos, lovely stuff!

EG Wow said...

I like the difference the white balance can make. It's not good to always shoot on auto! :)

Lesley said...

the last photo looks much warmer!

Anonymous said...

thank you

Hanne said...

Det er fantastisk hvad en enkel instilling såsom at ændre hvidbalancen kan gøre ved et billede. Det sidste billede er så flot!

Vintagesouthernlife said...

Beautiful shots!

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous shots!

Please come and see my Watery Wedensday entry, thank you in advance!

Ingvar said...

Intressant. Förr sade man att kameran avbildar verkligheten. Men det var då det. Personligen gillar jag färgerna i den understa!

Annelie said...

Intressant, jag gillar den med skugga!

Nikki . said...

Beautiful images... love the quality of light in the photos.

Torsdag 1952 said...

Det er fantastisk vinterstemninger.

Hilsen
Hartmut

Cecilia Artista said...

Vackra bilder från kanalen!
Vitbalansen i den andra bilden är bättre. Du fick ju fram lite sol där också!

fer said...

love the reflections! very nice photo

NatureFootstep said...

thanks everyone, and, yes the WB can change a lot of how it turns out.

Carol said...

Beautiful photographs. The third one is my favorite.

Hooked on Memes said...

Beautiful photos. Thanks for showing the use of white balance.

Snowcatcher said...

It did indeed make a great difference. I like both shots; one is warm and inviting, the other cool and serene. My world finally looks like your world now after our first significant snowfall of winter!

BeBest said...

Tack för tipset!
Jag ska se vad som går att göra åt vitbalansen på min lilla kamera.
Hitintills har det varit ett säkert sätt att förstöra bilden så jag har slutat fippla med den.

Jag gillar den undre bäst!
:O)

Gary said...

Great shots. I never shoot with an auto white balance. Its just too important an adjustment.Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Halina said...

Fina bilder. Gillar alla bilder, men mest den sista... Ja, det kan vara klurigt ibland med vitbalansen... Jag försöker styra den själv... Tycker att auto ger för "kalla" bilder.
Mvh Halina

NatureFootstep said...

Ja, ibland är det bra att ändra lite på det. :)

Debby said...

Beautiful photos. I love that you included both. I really like the effect of the "shade" setting.

MarieElizabeth said...

Very interesting comparison, I may need to try a few like that myself. Good idea.

jeannette said...

The water in your third pic looks frozen - is it? Oh boy, looks really cold too!

NatureFootstep said...

no, it´s not frozen but the lake upstream are. And downstream.

Reflections said...

Stunning images. Isn't it amazing at how much of a difference changing a setting can do when capturing a sequence of shots.