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Old 10-11-15, 00:23
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First off - I did an image of my 10 POINT GREY SQLUARE CARD and one of the SUBJECT on ALL AUTO MODE in the S3 IS - with NO FLASH.
At home - I worked up (on a TIF WORK COPY) - my WHITE BALANCE CHECK on the VALUE 10 WHITE PATCH on the a10 POINT CARD. I NOTED the KELVIN TEMPS and TINT VALUES. These VALUES I NOTED on a paper.
Then I opened the SUBJECT and APPLIED the NOTED KELVIN and TEMP VALUES on the SUBJECT IMAGE. Then I did BRIGHTNEASS CONTRAST, HUE SATURATION and INCARESE DEFINITION - ALL FACTORY DEFAULTS to finish.
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Here is a BLACK and WHITE image of the ferry and our boat both - under heavy skies about 05.00-05.30 am - heading to KETCHIKAN in ALASKA.
With this I used my MAGIC PALETTE - IVORY BLACK PATCHES as a TONAL VALUE GUIDE - with my WHITE BALANCE SLIDER - to keep VALUES IN CHECK. This COMBO worked very well when I study it from back a bit from the screen.
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