Tuesday, February 28, 2012

White Balance

Another week has gone by and Aimee and Stud from It's Overflowing have taught us another photography lesson. This lesson is about using white balance to let the camera adjust for various lighting conditions. Since my practice shots are all taken inside under the same lighting conditions, I can see the effects of using the different white balance settings. This lesson will come in handy when I venture out of the comfy confines inside the house and take pictures outside of my flowers this Spring.

This is my pinapple that originally was gold. I shabbied it up with some white and now it is perfect.

I think it looks beautiful in white.

Thanks for another great lesson Aimee! As usual, I can't wait for Friday for another lesson. 


  1. Great job. Love your pineapple and what I can see behind it.

  2. Love the pineapple chippy white - it's perfect


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