White Balance – Manual Settings, Fine Tuning and Kelvin

Posted April 30th, 2014 by   |  Photography  |  Permalink

We’ve just posted two new white balance instructional videos to our YouTube channel. If you are looking for ways to make your colors look great in your photographs, then spending a bit of time understanding white balance is important.

The first video describes setting white balance values manually. These include values such as cloudy, flash, incandescent, fluorescent and sunny. It also talks about how to fine tune the white balance settings to make them slightly warmer or cooler.


The second video discusses White balance Kelvin values. It shows how to adjust the white balance settings if you know the actual color temperature value for a specific scene. For example, setting 5330 K for a sunny day photo, Or 3280 K for an indoor shot.



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