hey everyone. i'm alive. it's true. sorry for my lack of presence lately. I've been extremely busy in the shop. so me and the kid have been shooting full manual for a few weeks now. really getting a better understanding of exposure, our camera's etc... we aren't pro's yet (but that's only because i haven't created a watermark yet) but we're moving along nicely. so anyway.. tonight i went to watch some toughman fights. i was about 6 rows back from ringside. i used my 70-300 at about 80-100mm most of the time. even at 1600 ISO it was too dark to shoot handheld without my flash. so, i ended up shooting most everything at f11 and around 90/125 shutter speed. i used my hot shoe flash, which i have not played with a lot yet. in the beginning, i remembered to set my wb for florescent. but after the first fight, i realized that i needed my flash. but i failed to change my wb. so the shots were coming out a harsh almost bluish tint to them. about 2 or 3 fights in, i remembered to change my wb over to flash. and pictures were much more realistic looking. so.. my question.... on the shots where i had the wrong wb set... is that something i can change in lightroom? i haven't played with it a lot yet. i shoot in raw+jpg so i have the raw files.. but i just don't know that much about lightroom yet. i know i can go in and play with curves etc... but not so sure about magically changing the white balance.. simple as click here click there? an example... these two shots were taken with the flash, and wb set for flash. IMG_1030 by jaythomson, on Flickr IMG_0989 by jaythomson, on Flickr these two shots were taken with flash, but wb was erroneously left on florescent. IMG_0958 by jaythomson, on Flickr IMG_0957 by jaythomson, on Flickr these are jpg straight from the card. i havent messed with them in lightroom yet.