Raging wild fire in California. The ashes covers large part of sky, and gives a strange hue. Sunset in the distance glows in unusual cherry red. Not a happy day for those who lost their houses 30 miles from where this photo was taken earlier today. Cross my fingers for those brave firefighters.
Here are some shots I took a while ago, but just found...
All shot with an a7R II and the Sony Sonnar T* 135mm f/1.8 ZA - I really miss that lens!
Model: Audrey McDermot
Photo by Rick Birt of www.romeobravophoto.com
I usually shoot product in a studio with Bowens strobes and xrite color checker profiles, for my wife's shoe company, habbotstudios.com. I usually have excellent colour reproduction with this workflow.
I am looking to take my photography out of the studio into mixed light conditions and have a question about white balance variations.
I have attached three simple test shots, low res, identically framed and with the same camera settings. I was wondering why they were rendered by the camera with distinctly different colours. The middle of the three shots is clearly more green. I took the shots in continuous shooting : low, because, I will be shooting a model under constant light and will want to shoot at a fast frame rate to capture small changes in her stance.
White Balance 3800K M2 (set via a white balance custom test shot)
Shot on a sony a7rii with an FE 2.8/24-70 GM lens.
I realise that shooting RAW I can play with color in post, but I would like to start with consistency in my color use in camera.