The "balance" section of our /class has nothing to do with "balance in composition," but rather "balance in color." Photoshop (and Photoshop Elements in the "quick edit" mode) place tinting and temperate as "balance." Why? You have learned it several times before in these lessons and it will appear again.
9A. External and Internal Camera Filters. (link to comment) As previously, the lessons share first how to achieve the affect in the camera and next how to achieve the effect in our programs. How do you achieve tempature and tinting (and other fun features) in our cameras? Oh, the fun of camera filters!
The below are some sample images from my older camera (not in the above video).
I have filters in my camera for black & white, sepia, red, pink, purple, blue, green, and yellow. I normally do not use them because I can get the same effect in PSE and would rather have an original in color, but I would like to see how these look in comparison. Also, in my presets I have a “soft” mode and an Illustration preset which is kind of funny and I think would qualify for this.
I took a few photos with my camera and I am anxious to see what yours does! Having done this, I think I'll stick with digitally editing my photos! I also think it would have been better for me to compare something with white in the photos. You have to do Art101 to calculate how the green leaves mix with the filters.
This is a photo of my subject without any special settings, not even macro, as a base for comparison
This was taken using the soft preset on my camera.
This is the same photo with the Illustration settings on my camera.
Here is another photo of my bedroom tv that I took a few weeks back with the Illustration preset on my camera. Isn't it goofy?
I did not have any cellophane, so I got creative and tested a plastic sandwich bag over my lens. I think it made for an interesting photo, don't you?
Black and White
Here are your images!