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Old 01-21-2011, 07:22 AM
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Default help please fot blue snow

did you have a solution to shoot white snow...

see this shot from blue snow...

http://www.trekearth.com/workshops/1...hoto183681.htm

what must I use? anti UV filter or polarised one?
I choise the montain position from my APN but the result is not good
thanks for your help

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Old 01-21-2011, 07:39 AM
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Hi there - If you shoot in RAW you need to adjust the white balance when you PP the shot. If you set the camera on an automatic setting you should set the light type for shade. Here is a good link discussing the options

http://www.shanemcdonald.me/122010-w...n-photographs/

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http://www.digital-photography-schoo...ctures-so-blue

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Old 01-21-2011, 10:28 AM
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I didn't see snow since 1983, but I heard UV filter helps in this matter......!
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Old 01-21-2011, 11:34 AM
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Default Thanks Rosemary

I'll buy a UV filter....
because I don't work on RAW (cann't convert it and my raw photo cann't be change)
I'll also try to find how to change the white balance on my fuji (a bridge) and I'll also try to forget the auto mode!
but my first solution is to convert it in black and white!
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Old 01-22-2011, 09:36 AM
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Default I heard about...

Bonjour,
I heard that "pink filter" is a good way to correct this problem during exposure... May be also a solution on "posttraîtement" whith photosop (for ex.) to create an effect "pink filter", a color balance... Hope it helps you.
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Bonjour
La couleur du ciel se réfléchit en partie sur la neige, mais la dominante est légèrement un peu plus prononcée.
Pour Neutraliser une dominante il faut utiliser sa couleur complémentaire.
Pour le Bleu: c'est le jaune et pour le Cyan c'est le rouge.
Donc un filtre réchauffant orangé est nécessaire à la prise de vue.
Mais il est possible de filtrer en PP avant compression de l'image.
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And where is Polonaise when we need him? He should have known precisely how to handle this problem...
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Old 01-27-2011, 10:19 AM
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Lightbulb Filtre UV

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I didn't see snow since 1983, but I heard UV filter helps in this matter......!
;D
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Salut Laurent
Pas le simple filtre UV qui ne fait rien du tout., mais un filtre légèrement Orangé.
Il est possible de corriger un PP; je tâcherai de faire un WS ce soir.
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Default quel filtre choisir...

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Bonjour
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Pour Neutraliser une dominante il faut utiliser sa couleur complémentaire.
Pour le Bleu: c'est le jaune et pour le Cyan c'est le rouge.
Donc un filtre réchauffant orangé est nécessaire à la prise de vue.
Mais il est possible de filtrer en PP avant compression de l'image.
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Merci Saïd
il n'y a pas de filtre polyvalent?... à priori je cherche à ne pas faire trop de PP
j'ai un peu exploré mon APN depuis que j'ai posé la question; j'ai modifié ma balance de blanc; peut être trop d'ailleurs!
et j'ai trouvé le reglage Chrome qui m'a semblé interessant
et aussi bien sur le NB avec lequel il n'y a plus de dominante bleu (of course!☺)
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