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Wednesday Photography Tips: SPOOKY COLOURS

Create Spooky Colours Using White Balance Presets

Halloween is all about having fun and enjoying the tricks. And Spooky Colours in photos add more flavour to images!

Did you know that your digital camera can create spooky colours?

Last week’s tip was about creating a ghost image. This week, I show you how to add spook colours into photos for more thrill!

In digital cameras, White Balance controls colours. In Auto White Balance, your camera sets the colours close to normal. However, digital cameras have some White Balance presets. Use a different White Balance preset than the light source, and you get the spooky colours.

In this video, instead of using Auto White Balance, I used Tungsten and Fluorescent presets to add a scary element to the pictures.

Create Spooky Colours

Play with other White Balance presets and find out which one works better for you.

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