Snow Tree - playing with WB

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  1. TwoRails

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    Was playing with WB instead of leaving it on Auto. I was going for a 'colder' look. The shot was taken early morning. C&C always welcome :)

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    Little too blue for my tastes. A slight blue-ish tint might've sufficed to give it a cold look. Whatever your artistic intentions were, kudos ;)
     
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    Thanks for the comment, [JR]. That's exactly what I was wanting: feedback on "too blue" or not :)

    Any other comments on too blue or not?
     
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    Way too blue.
     
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    Tooooo BLUUUEEEEEEEEEE.

    I think that what you were going for is a good idea, but tone it down a few notches and it will be great
     
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    I'm guessing you used the tungsten setting. That works, but you could tone it down be desaturating the result later.
     
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    Thanks for the feedback Everyone :) Too blue it is!

    Yes, I think it was the tungsten setting. Maybe this weekend I'll tone it down some and try for a better "cold" feeling.
     
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    OK, how's this version? (I edited the low res version...)

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    Too blue. There's a point at which "cold" looks like "pudding". Try sunny white balance instead.
     
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    The second edit looks kinda lavender/purple and lost that colder feeling.
     

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