I live on the west coast of FLorida and was walking on the beach and salt grass area at sunset the other eve. The only sunglasses I could find was an old pair of ski glasses - big eyes, mirrored on outside but gave a yellow tint to everything. The yellow accentuated the browns of palm tree trunks and basically heightened all the sunset colors.
Q1:Can I achieve the same effect by 'warming' the pic using WB adj in the camera, or..
Q2: can I buy a filter for my 18-200 lens?
#1. "RE: ski goggle yellow filter for D80" | In response to Reply # 0KenLPhotos Nikonian since 26th Jul 2009Wed 27-Oct-10 01:21 PM
No need to buy colored filters with today's digital cameras. The 'warming' can be done in-camera or in post-processing.
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#2. "RE: ski goggle yellow filter for D80" | In response to Reply # 1CharlieS Registered since 29th Aug 2007Thu 28-Oct-10 01:09 PM
If you use photoshop to pp, under image/adjustments, there is a photo filter catagory where various filter effects can be applied.
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