I have been told several times that Panasonic cameras can't "handle" red.
But I disagree.
this is actually the house (behind the church) of the president of Iceland.
While there isn't a need for much security they do discourage
you from ringing the doorbell too early in the morning.
I think they also do a good job of rendering blues.
And differentiating between different shades of blue.
An external showcase for some of the great photography at a small
gallery in Reykjavik.
There's that pesky perfect red again....
In all seriousness I do find that people run into color problems when they are overly reliant on automatic white balance. Cameras try hard to get things right but it's so, so much easier in broad daylight (full sun), cloudy days and subject in areas of open shade, to just select the right little icon from the menu and set it. Then the colors don't shift from frame to frame. A real consideration when using Jpegs where post production color correction is less accurate and certain. Every photograph could make their own post production easier and get better color results by using the WB Presets or doing a custom white balance. Easy stuff. It becomes second nature over time. Like putting on one's seat belt when starting up a car...
Nice green, I think.