Avoid Bad Colours in Your Photos
Previously, I showed you how to remove the colour cast in Photoshop. However, the best practice is to avoid bad colours while taking photos.
Digital cameras offer many advanced settings, and the White balance is one of them. You have Auto White Balance and some preset, such as daylight, Cloudy etc., but did you know that you can tweak the colours using the Custom White Balance?
Custom White Balance Vs Auto White Balance
While Auto White Balance can provide acceptable colours in 90% of your photography, there are times that your camera cannot set the colours correctly.
To help your camera captures the right tone, you need to use the Custome White Balance.
Check your camera’s instructions to learn how to set up the Custom White Balance, or contact us. We will be glad to help you.
Custom White Balance Vs Auto
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Ted and the Omnilargess Team