Lights, lemons, burners, pots, and candy?

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  1. cpelsy2k1

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    hahaha does that say "dutch oven"??? lol
     
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    by the looks of it, it does, i really like the first one.
     
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    1 is my favorite.
     
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    Cool shots... I like the first one best.
     
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    Hahahahaha. I'm glad I'm not the only one who laughed at that!
     
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    i agree with the others, the first shot is by far the best, the rest are ok, your white balance is still way off, notice how the inside peel edges of the lemon are yellowish... they should be white

    the 30d's are awesome camera's but like a lot of dslr's they have serious issues using auto white balance under incandescent lighting, make sure you set it to incandescent or do a custom white balance before you shoot under that type of lighting, it will help the colors and the contrast a ton
     
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    Skiboarder, i think i shot the lemons with varying different white balance settings and whichever one i selected i thought most closely matched the color. But i agree with you i will have to start messing around with custom white balance inside, most of my shots look yellowish and i can't be having that (reminds me of the Kodak point and shoot days again!)
     

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