I spent my week-end trying to figure out the best settings to use on the D70 for interiors pics, with available light from the windows only ! I took a serie of shots, changing the values of Tone, Saturation and/or Hue. I tried to set a manual WB, by shooting thru the camera, then also using an Expodisk... Eventually, judging the results, i ended up thinking that the best is -still- to leave ALL settings to NULL/ZERO, shoot RAW, and then, make a correct WB and color adjustments in post-process ! Here's what came out of it: i just choose a fruits plate, "as is" on the dinning-room table, about 2 meters from the windows, and shot with the "inevitable" Tamron SP90 at 1:100 @ f/3.2, ISO 200, hand-held. Pic #1 is the *.JPG that is joined to the RAW file, untouched, only resized. Pic #2 is the RAW file post-processed What do you think of... (not the shot but)... the post-process ? How do you set your own camera ? Do you use "custom curves" with RAW ? Cheers, J-P.