Originally Posted by Bud B
I went over my pictures taken with my TM700 since your post, and I have a lot!
I do not see the phenomenon that you describe.
I have pictures that I have taken in picture mode, pictures taken while shooting video and screen shots taken from the video via CyberLink's PowerDVD10.
Pictures from inside and against a clear Blue Sky!
I always use Auto Everything and I never use Manual WB.
I have some nice pictures of a Waterfall under a clear blue sky that has stone walls around the falls, and all the walls are of natural stone, no blue tint.
Is the blue you see in everything?
Hi, Bud B!
Theses photos were produced with AWB.
But see this clip of one man that demostrates how to avoid the bondi blue color by means of manual WB and preset Lamp 2:http://vimeo.com/17980433
This clip demonstrates:
1) See a bondi blue color of the snow and the sky
2) Switch to a manual White Balance
3) Set the manual WB by means of WB cap.
4) Switch to preset of WB (Lamp 2)
5) Switch back to manual WB installed before.
6) The color of the sky will change from bondi blue to normal blue.
Very strange that I must switch to Lamp 2 preset to avoid bondi blue color!
See also the two combined frames:http://img262.imageshack.us/img262/4...00bondiblu.png
Which color is more accurate for you?
No, you can see the blue\\green bias only on several clips.
I have noticed that if I shoot an object that is situated under direct light (please see an attached frames) there is no the such effect.
|Also were these pictures taken from inside a car or while standing outside, the bridge looks like maybe from a car.
Tell me more!
No, the pic of bridge was taken while standing outside, not from the car (in AWB mode).