Thursday, 27 October 2016

How to Use White Balance in Photography

Today's article comes from Picture Correct and is written by Keith Jones, who writes for A site geared towards beginners through serious amateurs who want to learn a little more about basic digital photography. 

How to Use White Balance in Photography: Every digital camera has a White Balance or Automatic White Balance (AWB) setting in the camera menu. But how many of us actually use it or even know what it is for? Fortunately, most manufacturers have the Automatic White Balance pre-set in their cameras when they are shipped out. So most consumers are using it even if they are not aware of it.

To read the full article go over to Picture Correct.

While I usually leave my White Balance on Automatic, I was pleased with the result of the following image which I had set to the tungsten setting on the camera.
Windsor Guildhall

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