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Old 03-17-2018   #1
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Lately I have been trying to do some high speed droplets photography and some of photos are doing this. any one explain why?

Im using a off camera flash with my pocket wizard. I dont think the flash would be causing that to happen

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Doing what? I just see a bowl of liquid with nothing remarkable about the image. Are you showing the flash's failure to fire or what?
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Itís got a brownish yellow tint to the photo
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What did you do to set the white balance before taking the shot? I stopped using automatic white balance long ago because of my Coolpix 950's tendency to stuff up big time occasionally, especially when shooting indoors. These days, I most often do a custom white balance in a shooting situation like this, and then correct in post if necessary. A lot easier to do when shooting RAW than JPEG.


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