How to use custom white balance to improve colors when shooting interiors

(Image credit: Peter Fenech)


One of the biggest advantages offered by digital photography is the ability to adapt the camera to changeable lighting. In analogue days, should the color balance of the ambient light change, the film type would have to be swapped to compensate, wasting the remaining frames. In the majority of cases, a white balance preset can be chosen from the camera menu, which will quickly adjust the color bias to prevent strong casts. 

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