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"Hi, I have the canon rebel t3i. it generally is good, but I am trying to take pictures of products like cosmetics or bottles and the color is very off from the actual item. How do I fix that? "
Thank for you question about the color balance on a Rebel t3i.
I personally shoot everything in RAW format and use the "k" setting for color balance. I match the color temperature to the lighting conditions and then tweak it in Photoshop lightroom or Camera Raw.
Your best bet is set the white balance using a gray card. Here is a useful article on how to set the white balance: Setting white balance on t3i.
Here is a link to getting a gray card: Gray card
Rebel t3i accessories.
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