Peter R. Healy
Filters for indoor digital photography
Is there a filter that is best to use with indoor sports photography, especially under florescent lights? I shoot a lot of indoor swimming, and the colors seem flat. I'm currently using a digital rebel with a 35-135 zoom and a haze filter. I shoot at 800 or 1600 ISO to avoid having to use flash.
|Michael H. Cothran||
For film cameras, YES. For digital cameras, NO.
Just set your white balance to "fluorescent." Depending on your particular camera, you may have 1,2 or 3 different "fluorescent" settings. One of them should work in your situation.
Michael H. Cothran
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