How Nikon colors changed over the years.

Started Jan 20, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Except WB on my D300s and the time everything was the same.  I over looked that, thought it was on auto. But should not make a difference since I shot RAW and was changed in NX2. Lighting should be good enough, it was even and consistent. Two incandescent bulbs was used [same bulbs I use to light the room everyday] with a diffuser covering the bulbs. Light fixture was 2.5 ft higher and 4 ft back from the CC card. Same lens was used on all cameras and all other settings "were" the same. Some act like I used different settings on all my images. If there's something I'm missing please point it out. Some say is was not conducted correctly, besides WB on one camera which was changed anyway, how else would you do it?

And yes it's noticeable in real life photography, especially on skin tones.  No so much between the D300’s, with the D70 being the most noticeable.


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