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Star lapse orange (sepia) problem.

edited April 2016 Posted in » Nikon D3200 Forum
Hello,

When I take pictures of the stars, there is always a red glow on the picture.
How can I fix this?

ISO:400
20sec
Kit lens
Nikon D3200

Here are some pictures:
https://goo.gl/photos/FJd5JpJo99rkpRsu5

Comments

  • edited February 2016
    This is possibly light pollution. Is there a village/town/city in the direction you are shooting?
  • edited February 2016
    Hi @VANDEBOSCHDAAN,
    I agree with @ASINLEMOUAT. Space is not black, it is a dark magnolia and nothing shows this up better than light pollution. If you look at NASA's images of the universe before they are processed, you will see the same sort of red/brown cast. So don't worry, you are doing nothing wrong.
    Regards,
    PBked
  • edited April 2016
    Try setting white balance to daylight, not auto. Shoot in RAW for more after shot control. Try changing white balance in NX2 or paintshop.
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