05-03-2018 05:39 AM
Please help...whats the proper setting for shady, cloudy, sunny outdoor pics....I tried everything...outside of auto and they look ok...
Until you learn more about photography, and the camera body, use P mode and save images as RAW. Use the Canon DPP software to convert the RAW images into JPG files.
05-03-2018 03:48 PM - edited 05-03-2018 03:48 PM
"...whats the proper setting for shady, cloudy, sunny outdoor pics..."
This is the color temp of a photo. Your eyes adjust to the changes in color temp but a camera sensor doesn't.
"...outside of auto and they look ok..."
I agree, if they look OK what is the issue? If they don't look good in Auto mode, don't use Auto mode.
05-04-2018 03:19 AM
It is purely dependent on how bright the light is and What colors your Image sensor might be getting.
1. Explore and learn How to use "Custom White Balance"
2. Shoot Raw Images- So that you can extract the real colors in Editing.