Category Archives: white balance

Color Balance Revisited

Photo 1–White Balance “cloudy” (click photo to see full size) How important is the correct color balance for a photograph?  Normally, I would say that it is very important.  Recently I was in Maine on vacation.  While in York I … Continue reading

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White Balance–It’s Important

You may have read about white balance; you may have heard about white balance; you may even wonder why white balance is important.  This little entry will not get into the intricacies of white balance; other people have done it … Continue reading

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White Balance

These photographs were taken under identical circumstances.  The shutter speed was was 1/125, the aperture f/5.6, ISO setting 100.  The only difference was the “white balance” setting.  I’m not going to get into the ins and outs of white balance, … Continue reading

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White Balance

Why do my photos have a funny tint to them?  Sometimes they seem bluish, sometimes they seem reddish, sometimes greenish, sometimes they just don’t seem right! Different light sources have different colors, the colors are measured on the Kelvin Scale–and, … Continue reading

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