Pick Auto WB
Tim says… There are many differentcoloured light sources at night, so use Auto White Balance. The camera will often find a better balance than you could calculate manually. I checked that Ross was shooting in RAW, because he could always adjust the White Balance later on the computer if he had to. Ross had tried night photography before, but mostly shooting on the fly. Tim showed him how to take a systematic approach, with camera settings that will deliver more consistent results.