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Photos coming out with too much yellow

I'm using a Nikon D70. Many of my indoor shots seem to have way too much yellow. What am I doing wrong?

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  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    i think i have it set wrong but can't understand how to change it. the pictures I take indoors have a yellow tint to them

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You're shooting under incandescent light, and the camera doesn't manage to set the white balance entirely automatically. You can try to explicitly set the white balance to incandescent, or you may be able to create a custom white balance (I'm not sure whether Nikon bodies offer that feature), or you can adjust the white balance during processing (in which case it's better to shoot raw).

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