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52.0.A.3.126 Photo cold Color temperature

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52.0.A.3.126 Photo cold Color temperature

DSC_7280.JPGIn all normal mode

 

DSC_7278.JPGadditional more warm color temperature for realistic

 

It's 52.0.A.3.126.

The color temperature is too cold(too much blue).

Second one I slide to get more yellow,Its realistic. 

It should be fix.

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Re: 52.0.A.3.126 Photo cold Color temperature

I'm sure you did, but this doesn't mean that the same photo looks the same for the both of us. We both have monitors that will surely show the photo in a different way. The same goes for the smartphone itself -the whitepoint isn't necessarily a "real" white. Some displays show a warmer tone, others a colder tone.

Therefore it's really difficult to say if the photo should be warmer or if the screen should be calibrated to a warmer tone.

 

From my experience, the Sony Xperias are usually very accurate and true-to-life with the colours.

It may well be that the camera didn't capture the reality perfectly in this photo but it might as well be that your screen is calibrated to a cooler tone.
As I've said before, from my point of view the first photo looks more realistic, especially the sky.

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Re: 52.0.A.3.126 Photo cold Color temperature

On my computer the first one looks definitely more realistic.

The second one has too warm colours.

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Re: 52.0.A.3.126 Photo cold Color temperature

Thanks for your suggestions.

But,second one that's real color I saw by my eyes. 

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Re: 52.0.A.3.126 Photo cold Color temperature

I'm sure you did, but this doesn't mean that the same photo looks the same for the both of us. We both have monitors that will surely show the photo in a different way. The same goes for the smartphone itself -the whitepoint isn't necessarily a "real" white. Some displays show a warmer tone, others a colder tone.

Therefore it's really difficult to say if the photo should be warmer or if the screen should be calibrated to a warmer tone.

 

From my experience, the Sony Xperias are usually very accurate and true-to-life with the colours.

It may well be that the camera didn't capture the reality perfectly in this photo but it might as well be that your screen is calibrated to a cooler tone.
As I've said before, from my point of view the first photo looks more realistic, especially the sky.