"Eyron" <odd1rogers.com> wrote in message
news:7bBZa.150063$rsJ.32218news04.bloor.is.net.ca ble.rogers.com...to> I am testing my S2 with studio flash run off the sync. port.
> I am using my Tamron 90/2.8 macro lense.
> My meter reading when I pop the flashes is,
> shutter speed 1/125 sec. and f stop F4.8.
> Exposure is good.
> Picts. are very sharp.
> They look great but not exactly accurate.
> Color has a slight pink cast.
> I am using daylight white bal. but I have tried auto as well.
> If I adjust in photshop it seems the picts. it need some red and yellowWhat Andre said. Manual white balance only.> get the skin tones accurate.
> Anyone have experience with the S2 and studio portraiture?
> Why the slight pink cast?
You can use the following for white balance:
A piece of photo paper (from a lab) unexposed and run through the processor.
It's a good clean white.
A Kodak Gray Card. (only Kodak. others don't seem to have a really true gray
A set of these cards from
These are the ones I use and I far prefer the 65 degree one.
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