One question though. All three pictures went through exactly the same process and adjustments (hardly any). But on my monitors, of which one is a self calibrating Eizo, the third image has totally different colors than the others. Does any of you have an explanation for that?
AWB. Even a slight change will shift color balance. Its best to manually select daylight when you are shooting outdoors.
I looked closer, and the only difference is WB Tint=14 on the first two and Tint=15 on the third. I made A3+ prints of all the three I posted and I cannot tell them apart. All other data are identical. But I changed it to 14 and this is the result:
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