Subject: Re: What is the default kelvin temperature set to when you bring up a raw image
Thank you for responding to my question, I tried a test with two different cameras, One was a Cannon 20d and the other was a Nikon D70, The D70 is the one that has the color cast. The canon doesn't have it so it can't possibly be from any extraneous light bouncing around in the room. This is why I was thinking maybe it is a ccd problem or technology issue. I guess I could color correct it in the raw but when I have a subject on the white background it is harder to isolate the white background without effecting the subject. Also I would prefer to get it right in the camera
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