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Understanding light and colour casts

Hi all,

I said I would try and put together a reason and understanding of why colour casts happen and you get weird and horrible colours happening in photography, when we see them as simply white.

I hope this .PDF document helps you understand the way in which this happens and why?

The one image of lake geneve is mine, the rest just magically appeared as I was doing this document from a place called the internet

enjoy.
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Ah well now this will take some studying and inwardly digesting Robert so I have saved it on the desktop to go through later.

I have many projects on the go just now, keeping busy and hopefully out of trouble
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I have many projects on the go just now, keeping busy and hopefully out of trouble
I am the same here, hundreds of things to do, and not enough time in life to get through them.
Still trying to find a way to live longer to fit it all in.
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How on earth did we manage to fit in more than full time job as well as all these other little projects ?

Mind you, in my experience some of them NEVER reach the top of the list...... kick into the long grass is absolutely accurate for such minor details as weeding.....
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It's called the law of diminishing returns...Every year is shorter than the one before!
Mine are currently about 20 weeks!
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