Indoor Lighting

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  1. nutsngum

    nutsngum TPF Noob!

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    Sometimes indoors I get really yellow lighting as such, is there a way to correct this with proper camera settings, or via photoshop?

    Whats the best way to take pictures under these conditions?

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    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Your problem is the White Balance. Most digital cameras have an auto mode that usually works fairly well...or you can pick from some presets. Also, many cameras allow you to set a custom WB. If you have a camera that can shoot in RAW, then you can adjust the WB very easily.

    If you are using film, most film is 'day light balanced' which is good for daylight or flash. When shooting indoors, you could get 'Tungsten Balanced' film, or else us color correction filters.
     
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    i'm using a rebel XTi, how do i adjust the WB?

    edit: nevermind i pulled it out and found the WB settings, thanks!
     

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