Quick tip for Lightroom

A little tip I thought about when editing today :) You may have noticed, then when you sync the white balance between photos in Lightroom, sometimes you don’t get the same white balance on all the photos. The reason is simple. Lightroom syncs your selection, not the exact white balance. So if you chosen for instance Auto, it will sinc that, and calculate auto white balance for every photo. If you chosen As shot, all photos will have a white balance the same what they were shot in, and so on.

So what to do if you need the exact same white balance in all photos (which is mostly required for HDR photos). You need to switch to Custom white balance. That will keep the last used white balance settings, and if you sync it, it will sync the exact values for white balance.

From the castle

The new renovated areas of the Buda castle in Budapest give so many nice views of the city and of the parliament. You just needs a long enough lens, and its still quite far from it. But so worth a visit :)

This is a blend from 2 exposures, one main for most of the photo, second for the lights on the parliament.

From the castle

Technique: Manual blend, Number of exposures: 2, Camera Model: Sony a7R + Metabones Adapter ver. IV, Lens: Canon 70-200mm F2.8 IS II, Focal length: 130mm, Aperture: 10, Middle exposure time: 3.2s, ISO: 200, Tripod used: yes, Location: 47.49590, 19.04130