Sun 25-Nov-12 01:31 AM | edited Sun 25-Nov-12 01:32 AM by Arkayem
>Thanks so much. I can see the option in the drop down menu >for a custom white balance. I assume you select this option >and them move the colour temp sliders immediately underneath >to effect a custom white balance? >The card sounds like a plan Russ especially when you consider >the shooting space was confined. I could have taken a single >shot to begin with and used the card as a reference point for >the remainder of the reception shoot. Thanks again everyone, I >appreciate it.
Even if you don't use a gray card, you can almost always find something in the images that is a close enough proxy to a gray card that it will work just fine if you use the wb eye-droper on it. In fact, this technique will even work to some extent on images shot as jpegs, but not nearly as well as when you shoot raw.
If you would post one of your images, I would see if I could correct it.