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Discussion in 'Marijuana Plant Problems' started by lime73, Jan 3, 2012.

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    lime73

    lime73 Weed Modifier

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    marv0

    marv0 New Member

    hello i have a spotted mold
     
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    marv0

    marv0 New Member

    what can i use in my plants
     
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    ilyaas123

    ilyaas123 Well-Known Member



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    ColdError

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    skunkd0c

    skunkd0c Well-Known Member

    or perhaps learn to use the white balance setting on a camera
    this can make a huge difference to the clarity of pictures
    hps can actually give some nice pics with the right settings

    but i do agree in general some of the light polluted pics posted are terrible
    this is mostly because of the intensity of the light not so much the type of light
    and the fact folk be taking pics on their eyefone lol
     
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    kmog33

    kmog33 Well-Known Member

    Nope. They're sodium deposits you're camera picks up because it "sees" better than you.

    And this seems to only really happen on my camera in the 600+ watt range, 400 don't have them on my phones camera.

    Sent from my LG-LS980 using Rollitup mobile app
     
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    skunkd0c

    skunkd0c Well-Known Member

    the lines are caused by a shutter speed that is too low
    if you raise the shutter speed the lines will vanish
    some shitty cameras older and or phone cameras
    do not have a shutter speed that is high enough to get rid of the lines/flicker
     
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    ColdError

    ColdError Member

    CHOICE :D
    cheer bro
     
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    Grobbleskin

    Grobbleskin Member

    The lines are a simple interference pattern, caused by the number of photons hitting the sensor. Speed up your shutter and you'll get rid of it, slow it down and it'll get worse.
     
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    greeengodess

    greeengodess New Member

    Thanks for the tip!
     
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    Daggy

    Daggy Well-Known Member

    If you have a smart phone you can just click on the AWB or auto white balance and set it to Florescent and that should work
     
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    SweetestCheeba

    SweetestCheeba Well-Known Member

    Ok so i dont have any recent pictures of my problem. but my girl is in soil about 6weeks from seed under a 250w hps in flower. she was in a 2L bottle and only the top set of fan leaves are deforming. perfect green color but they are wrinkled but not dry at all. i transplanted her to a 2gal pot thinking her roots needed some air. this picture is about from a week ago she also is very short
     

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    USbeginnerguy

    USbeginnerguy Active Member

    yes use sunglasses over the camera lense it works fine
     
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    drcrumble

    drcrumble Member

    lol how did @sunni let you have this username?!? jk you're probably right my friend on this one!
     
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    drcrumble

    drcrumble Member

    everything looks good here to me aside from the leaves should be perking up. i would reduce your water schedule.
     
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    Michael Huntherz

    Michael Huntherz Well-Known Member

    If you want accurate pics, don't use auto-white-balance, use full-spectrum light and lots of it. Color correcting after exposure or using automatic methods is not going to help the experts here help you with your problems. I don't know much about cannabis cultivation, but I'm OK with a camera. This thread should be canonized on all forums, I get so tired of looking at pictures flooded with yellow or pink light. AWB is not going to be any more accurate, the software is making an "educated guess" as to what color is actually white. If there's no actual white in the picture, say your walls are a light lavender hue; flooded with colorful light or not, it isn't going to be a color-accurate image. If you correct the light spectrum and want to use AWB it might work, but it definitely helps if there's some actual white in the shot.

    Pro tip: When taking pictures of very pale people white balance on a very pale shade of blue, just barely any color in it, but sort of a sky blue that is desaturated. It will make them look less like the undead.
     
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    Madagascar

    Madagascar Well-Known Member

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    Dan can grow

    Dan can grow Well-Known Member

    Magnetic ballast pics show lines, my new digital ballast has no lines in the pictures
     
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    RM3

    RM3 Well-Known Member

    Lights out pics are wonderful
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