Finally, a D300 Near UniWB JPEG

Started Apr 3, 2008 | Discussions thread
gollywop
gollywop Veteran Member • Posts: 8,284
Not clear what your comment means.

The "this" in your comment is a rather ambiguous reference. Do you mean the use of the Near UniWB? or do you mean the greenish tint? or what?

In any event, it does indeed appear that you are missing something. When shooting RAW, the WB as set in the camera has no effect on the RAW data, but it does affect the histogram information. The Near UniWB, then, allows one better to assess exposure, and then the proper WB (established, say, with a gray card or Expodisc) is set when converting the RAW data. It is that latter WB that determines what happens with the printer -- assuming proper color management throughout the rest of the process.

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