Oria Field Trip - October 2012

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Oria Field Trip - October 2012

Post  Sheilsoft on Thu Oct 18, 2012 4:47 pm

A very pleasant afternoon ambling around the lanes & streets of Oria (a lovely little town).
Also managed to get inside the beautiful church and have a look around.

Here are some of my shots...


(ISO 3200 : Shutter Speed 1/30th : Aperture f6.3 : Focal Length 20mm)


(ISO 1600 : Shutter Speed 1/25th : Aperture f6.3 : Focal Length 20mm)


(ISO 100 : Shutter Speed 1/80th : Aperture f6.3 : Focal Length 13mm)


(ISO 100 : Shutter Speed 1/200th : Aperture f8 : Focal Length 16mm)


(ISO 100 : Shutter Speed 1/80th : Aperture f8 : Focal Length 20mm)

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Post  Dave689 on Sat Oct 20, 2012 3:30 pm

I like your photos in the Church, very true to the actual. unfortunately, my pics have a colour cast on them.

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Re: Oria Field Trip - October 2012

Post  Sheilsoft on Sun Oct 21, 2012 9:40 am

Dave,

Don't be in a rush to discard shots because of a colour cast. Places, like the inside of this church, throw out all sorts of illumination from various light sources, each with their own 'light temperature', which add colour casts, as your camera is usually set for Daylight temperature ranges.

These 'white balance' adjustments can usually be tweaked back to normal using a colour setting/adjustment tool, (in the Adjust tab with Paintshop Pro). Other apps will have something similar. Also if shooting in RAW, this can be corrected very easily when importing or converting the image, usually by adjusting a slider. If you're lucky, the software can allow you to set white balance to Auto from As Shot, in which case it will automatically correct, usually fairly accurately.

If you are using PSP, one of my scripts 'Castaway' will remove the cast.

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