Over exposed? CC

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  1. dslrchat

    dslrchat TPF Noob!

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    The red tint/glow is from being over exposed?
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    No, its from a different white balance of light. Commonly called "light pollution". That mixed in with the high noise from the ISO, created this, not over exposure.
     
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    Since its a stationary object you can get a tripod, and lower the ISO!
     
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    There'd still the the "light pollution", though. Which is what it is, yes. All the street lights of the city in the background is brightening the sky. Maybe not enough for the eye to see, but enough for the camera to register when exposure is long enough.
     
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    id love to have that gt500!
     
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    Could you take two exposures with two different white balance settings and then merge them some how to overcome that? Desaturate reds maybe?
     
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    Tried that in next photo, A bit better.

    Question; I needed to lower my ISO to reduce noise, What should I have done to overcome the Difference in White Balance?

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    shoot in raw, adjust the colors in photoshop
     
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    That is what I was shooting in and what I have done.
    So there is no Preventative way to eliminate/reduce the Difference in White Balance?
     
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    not that i can think of, your dealing with 2-3 different types of light.

    In camera atleast, you can probably get better results in photoshop!
     
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    btw, unrelated opinion... the tires hacked off on the bottom seems to take away from it a bit for me. I gather you're just experimenting, but...
     
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    mask the bottom half is PS. it should be fairly easy cause its a sharp line of white all the way along. just adjust the top and the bottom of the picture independantly.
     

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