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Richard Crowe

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An easy way to get very close to an accurate white balance is this:
Shoot in RAW
When opening the images, also open the image that includes the white balance target. I have two targets attached to the board on which I write the dog's name for identification. The reason for the two is that I was doing a test to determine if a cheapie grey card can equal the WhiBal target for accuracy - it doesn't really...
Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available)

Ensure that all of the images you want to correct are selected (#'s 1-2-3 in the above image)...
Select the white balance eye dropper (#4) and then click on the white balance target (#5)
This will place all of the selected images (#1-2-3) pretty darn close to an accurate white balance. You can then delete the image that includes the White Balance Target.
There are other more complicated ways to achieve this but, this is the most simple...
I use the Whibal Studio G7 Card but the Pocket card at $19.95 USD is every bit as good.
Amazon.com: WhiBal Target
 

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