I had this rejected a while back for colour cast, and whilst I agree completely with the rejection and the reason, I would like to know how to fix it when I go shooting next.
The issue is that the apron lights are that odd shade of yellow / orange and hence with an aircraft that has a white fuselage, it places the dreaded colour cast on it. I suspect the way to fix it is by adjusting my white balance whilst shooting but I am very wary of doing this. How do other people cope with this problem?
This is an example of the shots I am trying to take - rejected for colour cast. Is there any way I can a) correct this image for submission, and b) avoid this problem whilst shooting?
Photo © Carl J Maroney
Thanks in advance!