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Hi, GreenLeaves - this one's white balance is not as good as http://publiclab.org/notes/GreenLeaves/07-04-2014/images-with-our-new-selfbuilt-camera
But perhaps you figured that out and these are just out of order? Looks great though! What kind of camera is it?
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Hi warren, on this photo we didn't use white balance, it was one of our first photos after we exchanged the IR filter by the blue one. The camera is canon ixus 860 IS. but thanks anyway :)
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