Theater Shoot--White Balance Check

P N Stenquist pnstenquist at comcast.net
Sat Jul 31 16:59:16 EDT 2010


I like them as presented. The light is warm, but that's appropriate.

If you want standard daylight color temp, you can take a eyedropper  
reading of the grey dress of the one woman and use that color temp for  
all.

But again, I like them with the warm light you're showing here.
Paul


On Jul 31, 2010, at 3:56 PM, Christine Aguila wrote:

> Hi Everyone:  Not having much stage and theater experience, I was  
> wondering if those folks who do, would be willing to check & see if  
> the white balance is acceptable in the small gallery below.   
> Metadata--including white balance and tint--is below each photo.  I  
> just printed page 1 of the contact sheets (in speed mode), and it  
> prints just a hint more red than my monitor is showing, so I thought  
> I'd throw this out there for feedback.
>
> http://www.caguila.com/caguila/hayfever/index.html
>
> Cheers, Christine
>
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