« on: June 08, 2013, 04:57:28 PM »
You didn't waste my time. We are all helping each other here and trying to learn at the same time... But the original post clearly states the problem. It's white balance shifting in some images, not a white balance color issue.The "flash" WB setting is intended to work with speedlights that feed back info to the camera. It should be set at approx 6000K with other flashes. It could be that there is some sort of lack of feed back or faulty feedback between your kit and the camera.Thanks for your comment. But unfortunately it seems nobody understands the issue here. It's not a white balance problem or color inaccuracy. It's random images with the wrong color...
You could set a custom WB. You can take a single shot of a white card and use that to set Custom WB. Then the WB should be set and be consistent. I do this using a color passport and get good consistent results, but any old 18% grey or light grey should do it fine.
Definitely not flash related problem. Because it happens with any WB setting even without a flash firing.
Well I certainly thought you were saying you were having problems with a "white balance bug". I'm sorry if I have misunderstood your problem that I was trying to help with.
I didn't realise you had tried "any WB setting" I apologies if my attempt to help has waste your time and for not understanding your "issue" better.
The samples are contiguous images side by side showing the problem.
Your first post clearly stated you were using flash white balance. I still suggest that a custom white balance might help, but it seems you do not consider that you can learn anything from my help.
and BTW like someone else said in some of the side by side comparisons you posted the image you consider has a problem looks better to me than the one you have fixed.