I demo'd at a photo store the EOS RP, which feels just great in my hands. I demo'd using an adapter and my EF 24 F2.8 mm IS USM lens. One of my questions is:
Why did the photos come out with a blue tint (see photo - only change I made was to decrease the size)?
Color representation per image properties is sRGB.
I am hoping this would be an easy in-camera correction.
Thank you and all the best!
Excellent advice on shooting RAW above. Personally, I capture both RAW and JPEG (and then across two cards). This gives you an instant backup.
For those cameras with a single card slot, should the RAW file get corrupt, you have the JPEG as its backup.
Having said all that, knock on wood, I haven't experienced any corruption yet.
Finally, there are specific scenarios where only shooting JPEG is proper. But for the most part, go for RAW.
Edit: Forgot to add... I rarely use AWB (Auto White Balance), but when I did play around with it, it did do a decent job. If I think about what I do, it's about an equal split amongst using the presents (e.g. Flash, Tungsten, Shade), dialing in an exact Kelvin value, or setting up a custom white balance.
"...the Automatic White Balance seems to do a pretty good job under most shooting conditions."
I agree! I have not moved the WB setting off of Average WB for a very long, long time. Of course I shoot Raw exclusively. In my world I see no valid reason to ever shoot jpg anymore. The conversion is so seamless.
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