RX10 color rendition gone wrong. Can I alter it using white balance settings?

Started Feb 27, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Sol Invictus
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RX10 color rendition gone wrong. Can I alter it using white balance settings?

Hello. I've been shooting some landscapes that have lots of trees, grass/foliage and soil. These produce the known colors in real life but in the pictures the trees come somewhat greyish and not brownish enough, the grass & leafs come out more like dark green and not bright green, the ground color is not quite light brown but dark brown.

Can I alter these color profiles without getting into software treatments? I was thinking of altering the white balance settings (B-A & G-M axis). Is this the solution or should I just alter the color/temperature filter?

This issue doesn't happen while shooting indoors or with flash on.


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