Plug In Filters to Give a Natural Incandescent Light Look or Correct for Flourescent

Discussion in 'Photography' started by mcl, Jul 31, 2003.

  1. mcl

    mcl Guest

    I am far from being a graphics person. But I really like the warm look of
    natural incandescent or candle light. Many times with the maybe 10,000
    pictures I've taken since I first got a SLR camera 23 years ago I've gone
    natural light and given the flash a rest.
    Of course flourescent lighting gives a sick green look but that's another
    I have Digital Image Pro 9 (DIP9) which can use Photoship Plug In Filters.
    Is there a DIP9 or Photoshop filter I can use which can give the warm
    incandescent or candle light look to a picture not taken under those
    conditions? (Now the next question.) Are there filters that can correct for
    flourescent lighting situations. Yes I know there are ways to supposedly do
    that but not every picture has something in it that's "supposed" to actually
    be pure white.
    mcl, Jul 31, 2003
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  2. mcl

    J C Guest

    In Photoshop ... look at the color correction features. Also look at
    the "variations" feature.

    You will not find what you're looking for in the PS filters.

    BTW, to remove the green from flourescent lights, understanding how to
    "adjust ... curves" is a great help.

    -- JC
    J C, Aug 2, 2003
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