Originally posted on Photofocus:
Color is all around us, but the color that your eyes see can actually be different than what your camera lens sees. White balancing adjusts for these differences in order to make your photo look more natural.
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I’ve used an image of my son in the example above. As you can see, I was not very concerned about the white balance when I shot this image and the photo has that common yellow/orange tint to it. This “pick”-ture was more about future blackmail for my son.
In order to correct this photo’s white balance, we’re going to go into Lightroom’s Develop module and use the keyboard shortcut “W” to select the White Balance. You can also select the white balance manually from the basic tool panel on the right.
If you shot your image in raw, you will be able to select…
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