Pixel Density is GENIUS!

Started Jul 13, 2008 | Discussions thread
RRJackson
OP RRJackson Senior Member • Posts: 2,555
Re: The exaggeration of the year?

John Sheehy wrote:

The color cast is due to the daylight WB. The natural color balance
of the majority of digital cameras makes white in the real world
cyan-ish green in the RAW captures, so daylight WB (yes; daylight
needs to be white-balanced) renders the noise magenta. The JPEG
engine apparently keeps this color cast, but smooths it chromatically.

Are you sure that's the only problem? Because depending on the circumstances extremely underexposed images tend to shift colors in very dramatic ways. Sometimes red, sometimes green, sometimes a yellowish green. Usually examination of the image reveals an essentially monochrome image with one dominant color cast at some level of underexposure.

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