WB Hates Whiteys
On all of my Nikon bodies, my WB (auto) freaks the F out and gets extremely warm after I shoot a white car or a subject with wide blue sky background. Anyone know why?
Auto WB is often 'fooled' by dominant non-target colours in a scene. In the case of the blue-sky background it's trying to neutralise the sky by warming it.
The only time I use Auto now is in mixed artificial lighting. For everything else I pick a particular balance preset (eg Daylight) and stick to it. Resulting colours might be 'off', but at least they're consistently off.
Cheers...thanks for the explanation and workaround.
|Valley by the light of a blue moon by cjf2|
from Down in the Valley
|Lake Erie Stone Pier by yobbyt|
from Dock or Pier