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*all you need is a stack of white printer or paper or something very true white.
If you want to see the change take a regular picture with the popular 'auto WB' function.
As far as i can tell after experimenting, this just tells the camera what white looks like in the situation and fixes the colors with that. Now, with that being the last picture you took, change the white balance setting to custom (you have to be in one these modes; manual(M), Ap. priority(Av), Shut. Priority(Tv), or Program AE (P)). Now click the 'menu button'. There will be little red, blue, yellow, and green icons at the top. Go to the 2nd red icon. Fourth on the list for me it said custom white balance. Click it! It should show the last picture you took, click 'set' or 'ok' and you are done! Take a picture now (preferably in the same spot where you took your last one).
By the way, if anyone was wondering how long this takes, just know that its about the exact time for a cat to get up and lay back down again + the time it takes for him to get "comfortable". It doesn't look too comfortable to me...
Here were some of my other results!
|Cute little paw pad of Gus.|
You can really see the true color of the wall in the next one instead of the brownish grey it usually shows up as.
|Ty Pawlowski ... (me)|
You can also get some cool effects if you set your white balance to other colors, it will tint the picture!
|My favorite picture of Gus (Burton Guster)|
|Bad Gus! YOu may notice I tagged Gus in all these photos because I realized he shows up on Google when you google the person he was named after from "Psych"... pretty exciting in a little way.|
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