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10k wb trick

 

As much as we love hearing ourselves talk. We won’t do a long tutorial video on how to achieve this look. We’ll give it to you in a few simple steps.

The next time you’re out shooting go ahead try this on a few of your shots. Once you get more comfortable doing it, you can use it all the time.

 

 

In camera steps

Step 1) Shoot in RAW Mode
Step 2) In manual mode, bring up the camera White Balance to 10k
Step 3) Don’t over expose your images. Too much exposure means loss of tones.

 

Post Processing Steps  ( In Lightroom )

Step 1) Add either preset RRX01, RRX03 or RRX06 from the Whistler Pack to your photo. Monte Rosa (MR01) works as well.
 
Step 2) Expose accordingly.
Step 3) In some cases 10k may be to high. Using the Temp slider bring it down to either 7k or 8k
Step 4) Play around with highlight, shadow, white, and the black sliders. (pictured below)
 
 
 

 

Hint: Take a look at a photo that has the look you’re trying to ACHIEVE. have it in eyes view while editing. You can refer back to that photo to help you achieve that desired look.

 

 

 

Before shot at 10k WB

ABove is the before image shot at 10k wb

 

 

RR 03-V1 H

after RR 03-V1 H

above is after image with PRESET RR 03-V1 H applied FROM THE WHISTLER PACk. SMALL TWEAK TO EXPOSURE APPLIED. 

 

RR 03-V2 S

 
 

RR 03-V1 H

RR 03-V2 S