Clickity Click

Clickity Click

Posted on 07/19/2015


Photo taken on July 13, 2015

1/60 f/4.3 9.4 mm ISO 100

Panasonic DMC-ZS10


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TSC: White Balance

I did my pictures prior to the edit allowing for using white balance in the post processing. This was done in camera on manual for the exposure and white balance. I think this one was the cloudy or shade setting ... took so many now I can remember. lol

The one in the notebox was also done in camera (manual) and the setting was the incandescent setting.

Both images were only cropped and straightened, otherwise sooc.

They were taken in very bright sunlight.

Magali Asselin, Jadviga Grase, Heidiho, Esther and 17 other people have particularly liked this photo


50 comments - The latest ones
Valfal
Valfal
I really like the white balance setting for this image; it gives the appearance of high key white on white. Beautifully composed, too! :-)
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Valfal
Thank you so much Val, I think that the very bright sunshine added to the appearance of a high key white on white as the background was very light gray cement and white pillars. The table and chairs are actually black. :)
2 years ago.
Valfal has replied to Clickity Click
Wow, the table and chairs are black? I never would have guessed if you hadn't said anything!
2 years ago.
Shuttering Yukon
Shuttering Yukon
wow, true Lady Bee, Hollywood, Miss Chris style.. this is awesome!
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Shuttering Yukon
Gosh Wendi, thank you ... so glad you like this ... I had fun playing with the settings in camera for the white balance. They sure do change the feeling/mood and presentation of an image. :) x
2 years ago.
Malik Raoulda
Malik Raoulda
Absolutely beautiful and fascinating beauty ..!
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Malik Raoulda
thank you as always Malik, so glad you liked the way this came out, I don't often use the manual settings on my camera but I do like the way this one turned out. Have an enjoyable week. :)
2 years ago.
Chrissy
Chrissy
ich mag das Bild, das Du ausgewählt hast.
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Chrissy
Thank you Chrissy and I appreciate the star ... those settings sure do change an image!!! :)
2 years ago.
Judith Jannetta
Judith Jannetta
Love it, instant fave. Both settings work really well, as would others too
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Judith Jannetta
So glad you liked the way these turned out Judith. those chairs have proven to be good subject for several other pictures. Certainly appreciate the star. :)
2 years ago.
fragglerocks
fragglerocks
Great shot, love the high key effect.
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to fragglerocks
thanks Frag. I think the fact that the shot was taken in very bright sunlight added to the high key effect. It was also taken with white pillars and very light gray cement in the background and under the table and chairs. :)
2 years ago.
Janano -
Janano -
Oh I love this one Chris !
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Janano -
Oh that makes me happy Jan. Thank you so much. :) Appreciate the star.
2 years ago.
H C
H C
I love the really high key effect you have got in this shot.
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to H C
thank you Harriett ... glad you like the way this one turned out. :)
2 years ago.
k.e.s_kloset
k.e.s_kloset
This has given your photo a very interesting look. I like it!
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to k.e.s_kloset
thank you so much Karen ... I like the high key effect that came with this setting. Appreciate the fave. :)
2 years ago.
Pam J
Pam J
I like this one best !
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Pam J
Me too lol. Thanks Pam, as always!!
2 years ago.
Dida From Augsburg
Dida From Augsburg
Great high key effect - I like also the blue one in the note! And as I read above - they are black? Really a stunning result!
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Dida From Augsburg
Thanks Dida, yes they are black ... was very surprised when I saw the transformation! :)
2 years ago.
Coco
Coco
Really like both of these. I think I lean more towards the silver/goldish/warm.
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Coco
I do too. Thank you!
2 years ago.
PaulOClassic©
PaulOClassic©
Stunning result Chris!

I had no idea, until this week, that WB could be used so effectively in a shot.

This is brilliant!
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to PaulOClassic©
Thank you so much Paul. It has been evident from the images posted that WB can really be another tool to add to the creative toolbox. :)
2 years ago.
Nylonbleu
Nylonbleu
Veeeery elegant, what a beautiful and soft picture Christine ! I do love it equaly in blue....can't say wich one I prefer the two are wonderful !!!!
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Nylonbleu
Oh sorry I am late to reply ... thank you Isabella I am pleased you like both of them. :)
2 years ago.
Gillian Everett
Gillian Everett
Lovely high key, very elegant and appealing, Chris.
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Gillian Everett
Thank you Gillian always appreciate your thoughts. I do like the simplicity of the results here. L)
2 years ago.
Amazingstoker
Amazingstoker
really nice, love the washedoutness of it
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Amazingstoker
Thanks stoker, these kind of images do appeal to be as I like the minimal feel to them. :)
2 years ago.
Indycaver (Norm)
Indycaver (Norm)
Lovely composition and photo Chris! :-)
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Indycaver (Norm)
Sorry for the delay in replying ... As always I say thank you for the visit, comment and star Norm. :)
2 years ago.
Indycaver (Norm) has replied to Clickity Click
I wouldn't worry about it! You can only do what you can do! I've been covered up the last two weeks and it has been a real struggle to get though the photos and comment!
2 years ago.
Wierd Folkersma
Wierd Folkersma
lovely, like the light shades
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Wierd Folkersma
:) thank you so much Wierd, appreciate your thoughts and the star. :)
2 years ago.
Esther
Esther
What an amazing difference between the two shots. The high key works very well.
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Esther
Yes I was very surprised at the difference between the images, especially since those chairs are black!! thank you for your continued support Esther. :)
2 years ago.
Heidiho
Heidiho
Like this high key chairs !
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Heidiho
Thank you very much Heidi, I am happy you enjoy these. Appreciate the fave. :) Sorry for the delay in replying ...
2 years ago.
s@ssyl@ssy
s@ssyl@ssy
nice !!! I like the way they turned out !!
especially the one in notes...but they are both excellent high key images :))
2 years ago.
Cathlon
Cathlon
I would never have guessed they were black chairs, love the high key results of both shots.
2 years ago.
Jadviga Grase
Jadviga Grase
Great effect!
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Jadviga Grase
Thank you so much Jadviga, I appreciate the visit, the nice words along with the star. :)
2 years ago.
Diederik Santema
Diederik Santema
Nicely done, fine composition and the overexposing doesn't hurt. I prefer the blue one.
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Diederik Santema
Thank you as always Diederik, I appreciate the time to visit and leave a nice personal comment. I like each of the images as they are so totally different in feeling. :)
2 years ago.
Magali Asselin
Magali Asselin
Wonderful treatment !
2 years ago.
Clickity Click has replied to Magali Asselin
Thank you so much Magali ... appreciate the visit and the comment. Also like that you gave it a star. :)
2 years ago.