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  1. RowmyF

    RowmyF TPF Noob!

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    I have the Nikon D50 and I know how to use it pretty well.

    I was playing around with the WB though and played with the settings on the custom WB. My cam seems a little off now...is there a way to "reset" that?

    How would custom WB come into use aside for a snow covered field?

    Thanks!:hail:
     
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    Sideburns TPF Noob!

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    change it back to auto.
    custom white balance is actually useful for every single lighting situation you ever encounter. your presets will never get the white balance perfect...so sometimes you gotta do it custom.
     
  3. RowmyF

    RowmyF TPF Noob!

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    Even when I went back to auto WB, it still was coming out blue.

    How would you use custom WB, measure it according to the scene?
     
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    Sw1tchFX TPF Noob!

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    Your trims are wrong, set them back to 0
     
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    In the menu there is a reset configuration.
     
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    RowmyF TPF Noob!

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    Sw1tch- pardon my ignorance..what are trims?? :meh:
     
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    Sw1tchFX TPF Noob!

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    apparently something your D50 doesn't have. You should be working in RAW anyway, where WB is a moot point.
     

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