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Old February 22nd, 2016, 02:39 PM
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Re: Shooting RAW - White Balance

I shoot raw and always set it at something other than auto. I shoot landscapes and if you leave it on auto, you could get slightly different WB as the light changes or the camera moves slightly which makes it more difficult to blend images. Using the same setting fixes that. Studio shooting is something that has consistent lighting, but even a change of wardrobe or props could change the white balance of what the camera sees if using auto.
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