beeb wrote:Practically speaking, no. If you put a coloured filter on and leave the camera to set the WB automatically it generally will compensate for it anyway, so it's just as easy to shift the WB around - either in camera or (my preference) in post.
Doug wrote:I would use the colour filters in Silver Efex. Not the individual colour sliders (though that might help), but either the (I think there are 5) present (whole image)
colour filters, or if you are are honing in on the very specific colour temperature of a street lamp then try the colour filter hue slider to find the sweet spot that gives the result you want.
You are effectively passing all the colours of the image thought a single colour virtual filter, but only seeing the real time effect of doing that in B+W.
Leica make the only digital camera model I know of the deals with digital as a monochrome medium, it only records tonal not colour information so colour filters are required on its lens when desired, just like a film camera.
Eden wrote:red glasses counter red lasers and green for green
this would be the same for masking light spectrums would it not?
just seems logical or is there something im missing ?
W G wrote:It is so nice for me working in film where all these things happen as they should.
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