Puppies in morning light

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    third_shift|studios TPF Noob!

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    They were sleepy and groutchy that i was making them pose! I'd like your feedback on color/white balance. That's my biggest struggle right now. When I brought them into the computer, they were all like a burnt red. I shopped out a lot of saturation and painted in accurate coloring on the bedspread and blue drapes.

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    well, the white balance is definitely off. I'm on an uncalibrated monitor, but the WB changes from shot to shot. #4 probably looks the most accurate, but they all look a tad orange. maybe cause of the walls, I dunno.
     
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    yes, we call it "the dreamscicle room" b/c of the wall color =)

    So in a situation like this, should white be perfect white? I notice just as i was standing there, the dogs highlight had a tinge of yellow in them and I was trying to emulate that...but I guess I should push them further/desaturate more?
     

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