Subject: Re: What is the default kelvin temperature set to when you bring up a raw image
To answer all of your questions. I am using three dynalite strobe heads on the background and two dynalite strobes on the subject. I have the background set one stop more light to get it the super white that I like,so the background is 11.4 and the foreground exposure is usually 8.4or so. The skin tone probably does have the cast too.
I have the white balance set to flash but as I understand it, that doesn't matter if you are shooting raw. Actually that was my first question when processing raw if it made any difference if the white balance was set for custom but I have not read anything to the contrary and I have tried different white balance settings and I still have the same cast whatever I do.
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