Onslow wrote:Good captures Tom. I particularly like the symmetry of the first image. Re the white balance, it can be hard when there is mixed lighting like that. Were you able to use a grey card as a starting point or use some other reference?
Onslow wrote:When you have stained glass windows adding to the colour mix, it makes it even harder I have found.
One wedding I assisted at had stained glass all the way around so the effect was noticeable. Added to it was (like your situation) a mixture of flouro and tungsten lights. All I managed was a custom camera profile using the x-rite color checker passport and a quick wb check with it as well. From there it was slightly easier. The thing to remember though is that even if the dress is white, under the stained glass it won't be, so, hopefully we can get close to what it actually looked like in the church.
Onslow wrote:One thing I have been doing for a while is to try and remember the relative intensities of clothing. Various whites and other colours in ceremonies etc. By this I mean that white has many tones and looks. I try to figure out if it is a hard, soft, off white etc and try to recall the relative looks between the clothes that people wear.
The 2nd last image in particular looks a touch cold to me. Perhaps a little bit warmer with just a slight touch more tint to the magenta end.
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