Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/09/22

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Subject: [Leica] White balance setting
From: bd at (B. D. Colen)
Date: Fri Sep 22 09:00:47 2006

Been there, done that. :-(

Assuming you didn't shoot it RAW, under Adjustments, Curves, click Options,
and then click Snap Neutral Midtones. Then use the droppers on the Curves
window to set a neutral midtone, or maybe a white point. It may not be
perfect, but it should get you closer, and then you can probably fine tune
in color balance.  

On 9/22/06 11:51 AM, "Slobodan Dimitrov" <> wrote:

> Yesterday, I wound up shooting most of a shoot on the incandescent
> bulb setting. If any one has had that problem before, what was the
> fix on the color settings with CS2? I've gone into 'photo filter' and
> tried the 81 filter, while it works adequately well for inanimate
> objects, it's murder on faces.
> Any suggestions?
> Slobodan Dimitrov
> Studio G-8,
> Angels Gate Cultural Center
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