Once again, I was out taking pictures with the Quattro – this time in very soft and flat light. On the whole, I am happy with the results. Slowly, it dawns on me how exactly I need to edit pictures taken under a cloudy sky. For me, the difficulty so far was to correctly adjust white balance and saturation in order to make colors appear lively but still realistic. In the past, I often made the mistake of adding or leaving in a little yellowness, as if it were pictures taken on a sunny day in the shade. Sometimes, I didn’t nail it at all to remove the tint with the infamous color ball in SPP 5. With SPP 6 and the color square this works out far better. 😉 The rest – saturation, hue and color luminance – I edit in Lightroom, after having exported the photos as 16 bit TIFFs from SPP. Besides orange and yellow, as outlined here, I meanwhile also experiment with green and blue. I pull the sliders till I’m happy with the result.