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HI, I set my camera for Tungston bulbs which I use to shoot art. The images come out very brown. I can fix them in Photoshop but why is this happening?

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Try taking the shots with the camera set to daylight and or on auto colour balance.
daylight is 5600. k or if you like rather blue tungsten light is normally 3200 k. k stands for kelvin as in colour temperature. many digital cameras will sort out the colour for you but make sure that you are not using a mixture of light as this will confuse the colour saturation and give you all sorts of colour problems. what are you trying to photograph anyway. the back ground area must be lit for detail or you will get a blue noisy mess that tends to mess up the over all exposure. you need defused light for the best easy results. tell me more so i can understand your problem better

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