Andy recently asked the following question about using the LR/Enfuse process:
Am finding still results from Nikon FX cameras using Enfuse a little wonky on the color casts. I'm wondering if you have suggestions of how to address this issue? A colleague shoots Canon and gets better color rendering using LR/Enfuse.
I've never used a Nikon FX body but there are two standard ways of controlling wonky color casts:
- Use the color calibration in Lightroom: If you think it is an issue with the camera that is producing the color problem use the technique described in the tutorial above by Scott Kelby that explains how to calibrate a specific camera body.
- Use a single off-camera flash when shooting brackets: When shooting brackets use a single off-camera flash to one or all of the series of brackets. Bounce the flash off a wall behind the camera, the ceiling or a ceiling/wall joint. Use trial and error to get the right power setting for the flash. The flash will usually fix color casts issues.
Are there any Nikon FX users that have experienced this?