Fix Common Issues When Shooting in Window Light
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Shooting in natural light can have as many issues as shooting with strobes. Not a big deal if you know how to take care of them. Today we are talking about two of those issues: underexposed subject, and cool white balance. You can correct both of these in camera by using a custom white balance, shooting in RAW and shooting a gray card. You can help with the exposure by using a fill card or reflector.
Since we love Photoshop we are going to show you how to get over these things in post production.
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