White bal­ance

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Richard ad­vised Matt to change his white bal­ance to Cus­tom and set a warmer tone at around 6250 Kelvin. He pointed out that, un­der the cover of the for­est canopy, the shade had a cooler tone than the di­rect sun­light, and so looked more blue. A higher Kelvin of 6250 coun­ter­acted this colour cast by adding yel­lows and or­anges to the fi­nal im­age, help­ing to make the for­est light ap­pear much warmer.

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