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Camera Camera colors with artificial light and white balance

  1. endan78
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    endan78 , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Apr 4, 2020 :
    yes I had already seen it. I'm sorry though I can't use night mode, portait mode.
     
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  12. endan78
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    endan78 , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Apr 4, 2020 :
    If you look at the photos I posted at the beginning, you will also see how the display turns green. Really embarrassing that after a year they still haven't solved this problem.
     
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  13. Bouncer71
    OnePlus 7 Pro Sample Shot Photographer Community Expert Apr 7, 2020

    Bouncer71 , Apr 7, 2020 :
    Looking at the photos again I would say it probably a hardware failure...
    And has nothing to do with AWB...
    A change in Whitebalance turns the pictures either more bluish or yellowish...
    Not perfect green or red...

    I could not replicate this by any settings I changed and tested it with a variety of light sources...
    Does it only happen with this table light or also in other scenarios...?

    You say that the problem persists but haven't posted any further evidence, preferably other scenarios...

    The examples by other users are typical AWB problems, also real cameras suffer, that can easily be solved by manually correcting in Pro-Mode or in post development...
     

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  14. endan78
    Froyo Apr 7, 2020

    endan78 , Apr 7, 2020 :

    I have already explained extensively that the problem is certainly software. The hulk green bug only occurs with some artificial lights, while the white balance is quite inaccurate in almost all circumstances with artificial light.
     

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  16. Bouncer71
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    Bouncer71 , Apr 7, 2020 :
    So could you maybe post some examples of other artificial light that green happens...?


    If there's dominating colors plus artificial light AWB always has difficulties...
    That's why there's presets or even custom WB in DSLRs... ;)

    Your examples can probably with WB dropper tool .. ;)
    I'm using that tool also a lot when developing photos from my real camera...
    Screenshot_20200407-133624.jpg

    Screenshot_20200407-133453.jpg

    Since I don't know what color your wall has I can just imagine that the wall socket is pure white... ;)
    Depending on the tint of selection it either is gray or sand colored...?

    I'm not saying OnePlus could not do better but I've seen worse since 1997... ;)

    But that almost perfect red and green is something I've never seen before...
     

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  18. Bouncer71
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    Bouncer71 , Apr 7, 2020 :
    Well, it isn't actually an issue...
    AWB is expecting neutral colors and sets corrections...
    if there's, as I already mentioned, a dominating color it can be wrong...

    For example...
    IMG_20200405_102222_001.jpg
    Brown is dominating, warm color, natural light thru window from the right...
    AWB gets the information that the overall scene is too warm and corrects to cooler settings..

    IMG_20200405_102245_001.jpg
    On white sheet it's almost perfect cause the shadows are close to neutral gray...

    That's why there's neutral gray cards to correct WB in postprocess...

    Before correcting in Lightroom
    IMG_20200405_184405_001.jpg

    After correcting in Lightroom...
    IMG_20200405_184405_001_001.jpg
    Thats why I look for whites in shadows to correct WB whenever shoot without the calibration card's...
    😉
     

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  20. Bouncer71
    OnePlus 7 Pro Sample Shot Photographer Community Expert Apr 8, 2020

    Bouncer71 , Apr 8, 2020 :
    Thanks..! :D

    looking forward to seeing your photos...!
     

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