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White Balance filter

Community Beginner ,
Mar 13, 2023 Mar 13, 2023

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After most recent update in LRC I can't find in white balance the fluorescent or candestine filter? are they permanently removed?

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LEGEND , Mar 13, 2023 Mar 13, 2023

As most cameras are. But that does not answer the inquiry. Is the image you are working on RAW or Raster

 

hmm, JPEG is raster, as is TIFF, PSD, GIF, PNG, 

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LEGEND , Mar 13, 2023 Mar 13, 2023

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"what I'm looking for is the preset drop downs, presently I only see "as shot", "Auto" and "Custom" there use to be more presets, Fluorescent and flash and a few more. they are no longer there."

 

To build on GoldingD's question, which you didn't answer yet:

 

When editing a JPEG, there are just three options, As Shot, Auto, and Custom:

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When editing a raw, there are many more options:

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LEGEND ,
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candestine?? typo?

 

And are you working with a RAW or a raster image?

 

https://digital-photography-school.com/adjusting-white-balance-in-lightroom/

 

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 Z6 is Raw/ Jpeg

 

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As most cameras are. But that does not answer the inquiry. Is the image you are working on RAW or Raster

 

hmm, JPEG is raster, as is TIFF, PSD, GIF, PNG, 

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RAW

 

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also I just review the link you sent, what I'm looking for is the preset drop downs, presently I only see "as shot", "Auto" and "Custom" there use to be more presets, Fluorescent and flash and a few more. they are no longer there.

 

 

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[This post contains formatting and embedded images that don't appear in email. View the post in your Web browser.]

 

"what I'm looking for is the preset drop downs, presently I only see "as shot", "Auto" and "Custom" there use to be more presets, Fluorescent and flash and a few more. they are no longer there."

 

To build on GoldingD's question, which you didn't answer yet:

 

When editing a JPEG, there are just three options, As Shot, Auto, and Custom:

johnrellis_0-1678760003832.png

 

When editing a raw, there are many more options:

johnrellis_1-1678760060378.png

 

You can double-check which type of photo you're editing by typing "i" to show the file name in the info overlay in the upper-left corner.

 

 

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Then you are working with a JPEG photo

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Thank you all, I get it, I just checked as per you instructions and saying JPEG. I really appreciate the help!!

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