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    Hi Everyone, I have been on a few photography courses and the tutor on both occasions say to keep the WB on cloudy as the colour is better, I am very keen to know how other members feel about this, do you keep your WB on cloudy? any feedback would be greatly appreciated, many thanks ..Caroline

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    Hi Caroline

    Keeping the WB on Cloudy gives your pics a warmer feel - mines usually on that for landscapes unless it's very sunny. Then I take two. One on Daylight and one on Cloudy and decide on the computer later which one I like best...

    The thing with digital is, it's so easy to change the white balance afterwards with image manipulation programs...


    Cheers!


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    if you shoot RAW then you can change the WB in PP. i keep mine on auto wb

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    I as a rule shoot in raw so the white balance issue doesn't really matter

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    Hi Chris, Wave and Graham, many thanks for your comments they are greatly appreciated..Caroline

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