Kerry Garrison lives in Castle Rock, Colorado with his wife and two dogs. With 10 years of experience shooting products and 5 years of experience in the wedding industry, Kerry brings a good deal of technical know-how and can explain topics in easy-to-understand terms.

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  1. Bill Hodges says:

    Personally, what I find to be the least cumbersome and accurate, is the baLens White Balancing lens cap.
    It's always on my camera, so there's nothing extra to keep in my pocket or gadget bag. It will also facilitate a bit of warming for portrait and food photography.
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  2. Mark says:


    Which one do you think produces the most accurate white balance, The ColorChecker Passport or the ExpoDisc? I relize the ColorChecker Passport allows you to do color profiles and so forth but just talking white balance. I own an ExpoDisc and just bought the ColorChecker Passport. I will start playing with it this weekend!



    • kgarrison says:

      I think the passport is because its based on the light hitting the subject. The ExpoDisc is fine if used from the subject's position towards where the camera will be. When used improperly from the position of the camera it will not be as accurate.

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