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    I've been getting into Photography since I got my cam in Xmas.

    Paul do you have any tips on indoor photography?! As the pictures colour always has a slight yellowish tone to it, would an FL-D filter be worth buying?
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    Surely you just need a different white balance or whatever it's called?


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    I would say it's not worth buying filters any more. They can be put on afterward very easily and adjusted endlessly.

    Your white balance could be off. Are you using it on auto? It might be worth trying it on manual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathanial View Post
    I've been getting into Photography since I got my cam in Xmas.

    Paul do you have any tips on indoor photography?! As the pictures colour always has a slight yellowish tone to it, would an FL-D filter be worth buying?
    You need a Gray card, short youTube vid on the subject. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VF5B4McYPls

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    Quote Originally Posted by sacha35 View Post
    You need a Gray card, short youTube vid on the subject. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VF5B4McYPls
    A grey card only helps to get the correct exposure, it won't help with a Yellow colour cast.
    If you are shooting indoors without flash, then you have to set your White Balance to suite the lighting in the room.
    These days it's more likely to be White Fluorescent, or if you are still using the old bulbs, Tungsten.
    If the room has a large amount of natural daylight filling it, some of the best results can be got using flash with the aperture wide open and the white balance set to auto.
    Doing this, the camera will auto balance the flash and daylight for a more natural result.
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