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Old 05-11-2014, 01:48 AM   #7
troy12n
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Originally Posted by Mgoldman View Post
Some locations just do not work. This one, however, can. The color temperature is an easy fix. Either use a filter or adjust the color temperature later in your editing program. In this case - "Auto-color" did the trick.

Can't help you on the overexposure. You can reshoot it. If per chance you can not keep the lights from blowing out (though you likely can), you can do an HDR or layer using properly exposed selections between multiple images.

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/Mitch
Yea, he can fix the color temperature and white balance, but at the end of the day his inclusion of the light source is bound to screw up the exposure (and it did in this case). The photo has many issues above and beyond color.
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