Soo recently asked:
I am a real estate agent and photographer. I like to do my own photos and I have a Nikon D750 with a 16-35mm lens. I use Photomatix for HDR for the convenience and Photoshop to edit. However, I have never learned how to get rid of the yellow color cast nicely in my photos. I tweak around and still can't seem to get it right. I either remove too much yellow or not enough. I like the photos that have more grays and whites where as mine tend to have more yellows. Help!
Yes, color problems are a classic issue with HDR. Depending on the ambient light in the particular room, HDR frequently produces strange color artifacts that are difficult to remove in post-processing. The yellowish cast usually comes from the incandescent lights, but also the whites are not a crisp white and there can be other color problems that are hard to control.
Here are a couple of ways to get control of your color problems:
Anyone have any other suggestions for Soo?