I love my Nikon D3, can almost shoot everything in "p"rogram. One of the only drawback I found was in program the red’s are too red, for example, with the macro105mm shooting a red flower, it almost all blends together. . But other than that accidentally hitting the vertical shutter button is about all I can think of right now
IÂ´m sorry but I donÂ´t understand what your question is…
Are you asking about white balance settings?
Post-production color profile settings and adjustments?
Are you shooting in RAW or JPEG?
With which software are you working?
Is it a question of your monitor calibration?
Do you mean that itÂ´s not “too red” when using other exposure modes?
Or are you looking for a critique of this photo?
No, I was making an observation about how the reds are too bright in "P"rogram mode. It doesn’t matter which photo editing I use.
Without any further information, I doubt anyone can help…
but, in the meantime, perhaps there is some useful stuff here http://www.kenrockwell.com/tech/whitebalance.htm
Thanks denimator, I’ll check that out. I’ve only had my D3 for about 10 months now and still have a lot to learn from it, but i’m doing pretty good:iagree: