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Old Aug 22, 2017, 6:10 PM   #1
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Default Green tint in RAW

I have an old EOS 350 DSLR I've started using again recently and I've noticed a greenish tint to RAW images that I'm having to correct for in photoshop every time. I take JPEG at the same time and I don't see the tint there so maybe there's some correction built in in compiling the jpeg from the raw on the camera?

Anyway, is this something I can correct with a setting on the camera or do I need to take it in to a store?

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Old Sep 6, 2017, 3:56 AM   #2
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IMO this has to do more with your computer than the camera

The white balance (WB) has no effect on a RAW image, but when you open this image up on your computer, it does. The default setting in your RAW converter on your PC is probably not set to 'as shot' or on 'Auto', but most likely to 'fluorescent' to have a green tint on the image...
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