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    Hello all after a long while..I now have a new to me M1. crisp shots but they have a slight greenish hue... I read something about it somewhere... any help useful.
    Roberta
    E620, E30, OM4-Ti OM-D1... Canon 7D and 5Dmiii
    lenses 14-42mm, 40-150mm, 50mm, 18-180mm, 70-300mm, ec-14 still looking for a Bigma (Canon 17-55mm, 70-300mm and 100-400L)
    FL 50R and Hahnel remote (Canon and Olympus)

  • #2
    Re: greenish hue

    Are you shooting in RAW ?

    If so then you can adjust the white balance when you process the shots.


    Do you have white balance set to Auto ?
    Dave

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    • #3
      Re: greenish hue

      If it's a secondhand camera and you are using jpg then it might be worth doing a factory reset to see if there are some settings somewhere changing things that you weren't aware of. The set warm colour option comes to mind as it's usually set to on as standard but I'm not sure it would create a green hue though.
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      • #4
        Re: greenish hue

        I have always had issues with the green rendering of my EM1 MkII in that it is too intense and grass and foliage appear unnatural. I acquired a Datacolour Spyder Checker and created a profile for Lightroom and apply the profile to all my images on import. Problem solved.

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        • #5
          Re: greenish hue

          More info and an example would help.



          Originally posted by Clockwork Donkey View Post
          I have always had issues with the green rendering of my EM1 MkII in that it is too intense and grass and foliage appear unnatural. I acquired a Datacolour Spyder Checker and created a profile for Lightroom and apply the profile to all my images on import. Problem solved.

          Also if you shooting RAW and using LR check what the profile is set to in the development module as when it reverts to the Adode settings the colours are often awfuland this can be changed in PP.
          So if set muted in camera you can select vivid in post.
          OMD E-M1 OMD E-M5II MMF3 12-40 pro 12-50 EZ 14-42 EZ 9-18 f4.0 -5.6 40 -150f4-f5.6 R 60mm f2.8 macro Sigma 105 f2.8 macro Holga 60mm plastic Holga pinhole lens lens and a XZ-1 Olympus - 35 SP Trip 35 Pen EEs OM2sp

          I nice view does not mean a good photograph. My FLickr

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          • #6
            Re: greenish hue

            thanks all it was RAW, white balance on Auto... been playing with it a bit...
            Roberta
            E620, E30, OM4-Ti OM-D1... Canon 7D and 5Dmiii
            lenses 14-42mm, 40-150mm, 50mm, 18-180mm, 70-300mm, ec-14 still looking for a Bigma (Canon 17-55mm, 70-300mm and 100-400L)
            FL 50R and Hahnel remote (Canon and Olympus)

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