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12-06-12, 05:23 PM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Kingston, Ontario
Can't really see that WB is the problem here........ what IS the problem is that you're shooting a very hidh dynamic range of lighting (not to be confused with HDR). It's a two (or three) shot job..... with one exposure set for the foreground reflection (and let the sky burn out) and another for the sky (and letting the foreground go black). Then you need to blend the two exposures together in your editor. I think your foreground is quite good as it is, so it just needed a better exposure to get the sky right. These exposures, of course, need to be identically composed - so we're talking tripod here.
Yes, HDR software would also do it - I just ain't a big fan of it.
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