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Old Aug 15, 2012, 8:01 PM   #11
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If you are using LR3, are you shooting in RAW? There are sufficient WB an exposure adjustments in LR that it could be the source of the difficulty if you have the WB setting in LR different from that of the camera.
I am not a LR user, but, IIRC, it is based on the Rawshooter program, which I have used, and I believe you can resize the photo and export it with the Exif data intact.

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Old Aug 15, 2012, 10:23 PM   #12
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Brian, yes-I'm shooting Raw. I'll have to dbl check my LR settings, I'm not sure if that is where my prob is. I'm most certain it is operator error .

I resized my last picture attachment to a 900 long side. Does that show the EXIF? I don't know how to tell. Sorry!!

BillDrew, thanks for your response. I'll have to try my palm. When you say field of view, do you mean filling the frame w/ the card? That is what I'm doing.

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Old Aug 16, 2012, 7:01 AM   #13
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No, the last image you posted doesn't have any EXIF data either.

Do you belong to any photo sharing sites? If you do, perhaps you could upload a photo to your account there, and provide us with a link to it here.
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Old Aug 16, 2012, 9:34 AM   #14
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BillDrew, thanks for your response. I'll have to try my palm. ....
Just to clear up any possible confusion, the palm trick is for exposure, not white balance. The poor man's incident light meter. You will have to experiment since different folks have different skin tones.

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... When you say field of view, do you mean filling the frame w/ the card? That is what I'm doing....
You got it right. Thought that was what you were doing, but didn't seem a bad idea to make sure.
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