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Old 23-03-2009, 08:35 AM
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Colour correction when using a CLS filter.

Hi Guys.

I live 15 mins from Syd CBD, so as you can imagine on most nights the sky looks pretty much the same as it does during the day. I have a CLS filter for my canon 1000d, which is great, but it leaves everything looking blue. I can bring back the blue channel and boost the bejesus out of the red, green seems to be ok though, but I'm never happy with the colour. The camera is unmodded btw.

Are there any special tricks employed to get the colour back to normal. I relise that you cant boost what you dont have to begin with but I though I'd check anyway.

Thanks.
Sandy
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