No more YELLOW!!!

Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Uteram, May 19, 2002.

  1. Uteram

    Uteram Member

    I thought I'd try taking photos with natural light during the day (as opposed to how I usually do it with artificial light) and voila! I think the results speak for themselves.

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  2. Uteram

    Uteram Member

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  3. Tyson Rayles

    Tyson Rayles Active Member

    Very nice indeed! If you use a blue filter on your lens it should correct the yellow problem when using artifical lighting.
  4. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

    Great pictures Uteram.
    Tyson Rayles I have used a blue filter but it is a little too blue if I don't use 1000watts of halogen light.
    What strength blue filter do you use?
    They are very expensive too.
  5. Tyson Rayles

    Tyson Rayles Active Member

    Robin the only markings I see on it are 80A, it's a pretty dark blue! I paid around $20 for it which seemed like a lot for a piece of dark blue glass! :D But it does the trick.
  6. Vic

    Vic Active Member

    Awsome Photos!!!!! 35MM or Digital?
  7. Uteram

    Uteram Member

    Thanks all for your compliments.

    Vic- I took these with my digital cam, a Nikon Coolpix 775, set on autofocus with the flash off. As stated in my first post, I simply used natural light coming in from the window of the room.
  8. Tyson Rayles

    Tyson Rayles Active Member

    BTW I have noooooooo idea how well filters work on digital cameras!
  9. roryglasgow

    roryglasgow Active Member

    Great looking pics, Uteram! And, as always, I LOVE THOSE SHAYS!
  10. shamus

    shamus Registered Member

    Thats better friend,

    As for the filters asked above, with a 35mm and using artificial light, 80b would be a better choice, even so, it wouldn't be perfect. With a digital, these filters are in fact (Or should be) built in to the camear, all you need do is programme it. A much better way to take photo's in a railroad room with either 35mm or digital is to have Daylight Fluorescent Tubes. Not Cool white, as these are not good enough. My tubes are Phillips TLD 58watt, and I have 8 on the ceiling. These are a perfect match for daylight at around noon. Colour temperature changes with the Sun from morning till night, but around Noon it's ideal for photography outdoors, and a little overcast. Direct Sunlight will burn out any photo's unless the Sun is behind, and even then I would use a flash for fill in.
    Shamus
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  11. Uteram

    Uteram Member

    Thanks! Yours aren't too shabby either.;)
  12. N Gauger

    N Gauger 1:20.3 Train Addict

    Just to put in my 2 Cents worth, On my Sony Dig. Cam, there is a "auto White Balance" in the menu. I have had the same trouble with "dark pics' and yellowing when using flash. Anytime I turn off the flash, and take "natural light" pics they came out perfectly. There must be internal filters, (Electronic) that compensate. See Ya!! btw Great Pics :) :) :) -- Mikey

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