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Chouapao Registered since 07th Nov 2012Fri 19-Apr-13 02:03 AM
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mnbuilder49 Moderator Awarded for his high level skills in various areas, especially in Interiors Architecture, Landscape and HDR Photography Nikonian since 18th Apr 2006Wed 24-Apr-13 01:53 PM
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The shot looks too yellow to me. I also might try it zoomed in a little more to try to minimize the wide angle distortion that is most noticeable in the closest table.

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polarpics Gold Member Nikonian since 23rd Jan 2013Wed 24-Apr-13 02:40 PM
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Chang - I've found that the D600 auto WB is not always at its best for some interior shots. The fluorescent lights can be difficult to deal with and this seems to be your main light source. Also was this hand held - there seems to be a general lack of sharpness to the picture. Good try as available light photography is demanding

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Chouapao Registered since 07th Nov 2012Thu 25-Apr-13 03:43 PM
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Hi Larry and Bill,

Thanks for the info, and you guys are right, this is handheld and yes I should have not used Auto WB, forgot about the fluorescent lights on top. I should have stood in the middle and zoom more to get less distortion.

  

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