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Why the color is different in two pictures in similar conditions and setting?

The camera's metering system and auto white balance system are basically a database of many shooting scenarios, and the camera tries to "guess" what you are shooting and how you want it to ...
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Taking a scene from a video I made

VLC can snap single frames using a key command [default Cmd/Opt/S on Mac, idk on Win]. It's obviously easier to get the correct frame in pause. You can advance one frame at a time using the ] key.
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Taking a scene from a video I made

You can use for example ffmpeg program to extract the image. The command will be something like: ...
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Why the color is different in two pictures in similar conditions and setting?

To give a somewhat practical answer... I notice there is what looks like a wall or something in the foreground (quite out of focus) in the "more correct" picture. This wall appears to be ...
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Why the color is different in two pictures in similar conditions and setting?

Why the color is different in two pictures in similar conditions and setting? Because you told the camera to use Auto White Balance and then, in the "eyes" of the camera's logic system, ...
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Why the color is different in two pictures in similar conditions and setting?

As we compose each picture we take, the camera’s logic (automatic mode) chooses the shutter speed and aperture setting based on its built-in logic. The results, most of the time, will be very ...
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