Today's digital cameras are amazing, but sometimes the colors are way off.
I hate when I shoot 100 pictures, then come home to discover that everything looks like it's yellow, or blue... or simply a bit off. The key to getting the colors just right is mastering "White Balance".
What is White Balance?
White balance is a feature most digital cameras have to compensate for the various color "temperatures" of light, so the final photo will be more realistic.
There are many types of light, and each light has it's own distinct color "temperature". For example, old fashioned tungsten lights have a tendency to be yellow, while florescent lights tend to be blue. Unlike the human brain, which can compensate for these changes, digital cameras record colors in more absolute t... [More]
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