After dark tip
Switch off AWB for better colour
82 Your Nikon’s AWB (auto White Balance) setting works well in daylight but can end up giving you the wrong colour balance in artificial lighting indoors, and with floodlit buildings. Shots can look too orange, as the colour temperature is too low for the AWB system to read accurately. You will get a more natural colour if you set the White Balance manually (and using the Kelvin (K) values if your SLR offers these). Alternatively, shoot in RAW and adjust colour in post.