Exercise Judging colour temperature 2 (page 137)

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In this exercise I have taken photos in a similar situation to Exercise Judging colour temperature 1 (page 134) but I have varied the white balance setting to either “daylight”, “shade” and “auto”. In the first two situations the “auto” setting seems to work best but in the third situation (late sun) it is not so conclusive and the “shade” setting seems best. However, the late sun was not quite so orangey on this occasion.

Midday sunlight in full sun with white balance setting of daylight

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Midday sunlight in full sun with white balance setting of shade

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Midday sunlight in full sun with white balance setting of auto

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Midday sunlight in shade with white balance setting of daylight

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Midday sunlight in  shade  with white balance setting of shade

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Midday sunlight in shade with white balance setting of auto

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Evening sun with white balance setting of daylight

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Evening sun with white balance setting of shade

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Evening sun with white balance setting of auto

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