Andrea, try white balancing on the cat fur, you know WhiBal makes that new target now, WhiPur.
(that was a joke, meow).
Well I white balance on all sorts of things to find what is best. But forget about that,
here are two new tests.
The first is shot indoors with BG3 2mm + BG40 2mm, but I think
the main difference here is that I shot this with my 18-55mm VR kit lens, which has poor UV transmission, and seems to make it more red that way than on the Kuri.
I need to compared those directly, I might be wrong on that, but I got nothing like that with the Kuri when stacking the BG40, and as I said, I am pretty sure what Hornblende has is a BG40.
White balance was full frame.
The second shot was shot outdoors, it is raining, and this was a BG2 2mm + BG38 2mm stack, with the 18-55mm VR.
White balance was the sky and upper dark trees, not the grass.
You may not get the same white balance using Ninja, I am using CNX2 for these.
Also, I have a feeling these are going to white balance a LOT differently with various light and sun, this outdoor pic below looks pretty cool to me, but I am not going to hold my breath for it to look that good when the sun is out, which might seem opposite of what one would expect, but... just a feeling.
Another single filter you may want to try for outdoors, is the Hoya B-410, Colon kinda discovered that, and he has some good examples of how red that can look, which I personally have never been able to duplicate, mine come out looking more orange.
Hornblende, I would really like to see you go take a snapshot outside, if there is anything green out there at all.
BG3 2mm + BG40 2mm, 18-55mm VR lens, incandescent light:
BG3 2mm + BG38 2mm, 18-55mm VR lens (this is the stack that was so orange with the incandescent lighting):
Edited by Cadmium, 17 March 2017 - 16:30.