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  • #16
    white balance filter are a grate filter.
    I use it a lot like when i get indor shots in warm lights and window in back wich gives blue brightnes the hue, saturation and luminance part of the filter will help you and get you grate results.
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    • #17
      THoff, that is one of the best tutorials I have ever seen. Superbly explained and illustrated, and most importantly for a newb like myself, why and what each feature is doing and why and when you use it.

      Do you have any more I can see and learn from, if so I and I'm sure many others would be most grateful for any links.

      Thanks again,



      • #18
        a good improvement would be to be able to quickly magnify the preview window for exact shift clicking of small detail, like is possible in Photoshop
        Anton Strauss
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