GIMP: White balance: Incandescent to natural white

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    Player_1 TPF Noob!

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    Does anyone know if I could possibly do this (http://www.geocities.com/lasm.rm/wb1.html) but instead of using what looks to be polarized sunlight, use incandescent for my lighting, and then convert to natural white, such as piece-of-white-paper white?

    I'm not sure if I'm suppose to be saying natural daylight, because that gives a blue tint, right? I don't want a blue tint.

    1) I want to use incandescent lighting since I'm frugal.
    2) I want to change the white balance to look as though the pictures were taken with decent bulbs.

    1) I'm sick of yellow/orangish hues on white areas.
    2) Naturaly daylight bulbs by phillips get expensive; and there seems to be some factory problems, because the glass melted/unseamed on a few of them. :thumbdown:
     
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    Player_1 TPF Noob!

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    Awesome:

    http://registry.gimp.org/plugin?id=8881

    Lighting just got a lot easier.

    I also noticed I would do the reverse as on that website. I would mess with RED first until a slight green tint, and then I would mess with BLUE. Of course, I messed with the B&W value, too.
     

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