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Thursday, December 09, 2004


This picture, much more accurate, colour-wise, than the one below, happened because I set a manual white balance using a piece of paper illuminated by the primary light source (an incandescent lamp sitting out of frame to the right). It's a powerful adjustment, and useful when your photos aren't coming out the proper colour. The instant feedback that your pictures are wrong is just another huge digital advantage.

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