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    Creating a mood with White Balance

    The instructor with us on the night Safari showed us how to change the White Balance to affect the mood of a photo. This is a photo of the Korean War Memorial with those changes in the White Balance to create the mood.
    Creating a mood with White Balance

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    Re: Creating a mood with White Balance

    Everything about this works for me, Don. You have brought the sculpture to life.

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    Re: Creating a mood with White Balance

    W O W Don, a wonderful photo, can you tell me, how you changed the white balance for this photo ?

    Griddi.......

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    Re: Creating a mood with White Balance

    Nicely done , don.

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    Re: Creating a mood with White Balance

    Quote Originally Posted by just me View Post
    W O W Don, a wonderful photo, can you tell me, how you changed the white balance for this photo ?

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    Set your WB to K and dial in the effect you want.

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    Re: Creating a mood with White Balance

    I have a Nikon D7000. Set WB to Shade. Go to graph by pushing right arrow until you get to the graph and then move the cursor to the lower right area of the graph in the red area and hit OK. Capture your image and don't forget to change the cursor back to the center of the graph when done.

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