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green tint photos, canon rebel t7

marie121
Apprentice

hi guys, i recently did a family photo shoot in custom since i didn’t have kelvin setting on my camera (never doing that again) and now when i go to apply my preset the entire image has green tints especially the people but any other of my presets it doesn’t do this? is there a way i can fix the images even though i already shot in custom? 

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jrhoffman75
Legend
Legend

@marie121 wrote:

hi guys, i recently did a family photo shoot in custom since i didn’t have kelvin setting on my camera (never doing that again) and now when i go to apply my preset the entire image has green tints especially the people but any other of my presets it doesn’t do this? is there a way i can fix the images even though i already shot in custom? 


If you shot in RAW the white point setting doesn't matter.

If you shot in JPEG correction may be possible but it will be limited.

Can you post one or two problem files in a sharing link like One Drive or Dropbox?

John Hoffman
Conway, NH

1D X Mark III, Many lenses, Pixma PRO-100, Pixma TR8620a, LR Classic

stevet1
Whiz
Whiz

marie121,

If all else fails, for this particular set of photos, you could convert them to black and white.

Steve Thomas

Tronhard
Elite
Elite

Hi Marie and welcome to the forum:
Absolutely, my advice is to shoot in RAW, plus JPG if you are not comfortable with editing RAW images.  This can be set in the first page of the first menu tab.   You should be able to shoot CRAW and JPG, choose the highest resolutions for both and the aspect ratio should be 4x3 (all others are crops of that in any case).
RAW records ALL of the data in the scene without manipulation within the camera, so colour customization settings don't apply.  That gives you a lot of latitude to play with in a RAW editor, e.g. DPP4 is free with your camera, but if you are not up to paying for Photoshop or Lightroom, consider Gimp, or Photopea.


cheers, TREVOR

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