My older daughter, 23, big pain And I'm her father.Man-Fai Wong said:I've been wondering about "Julia" myself. Maybe I'm misunderstanding, but is there really a Julia Borg?
Little bit more complicated, especially in case of light sources with line spectrum. Nikon is using simplified spectral correction, and you can not imitate that even with click on gray. First you need to choose correct light source at least to allow algorithm to work.Man-Fai Wong said:preference for using Nikon's built-in WB presets instead of in-camera custom WB. That post combined w/ the above article would suggest to me that Nikon's in-camera WB presets probably attempt to provide some reasonable offsets to correct for variance from the black body Kelvin temperature (or maybe use the help of preset setting as a starting point for figuring out what the variance is). IOW, Nikon might be more capable to account for variances if you tell it what the primary light source is.
If I may ask, what would be the proper way to get correct WB for everyday shooting?Iliah said:That is why I think WB coefficients are rather misleading, and compromizing camera capabilities if everything is based on those 2 numbers.