When shooting winter landscapes, I often want to show the cold temperatures I’m fighting through in my photographs, by having a cooler white balance. Using the Kevin color temperature scale, the normal temperature is 5500, known as “Natural Daylight.” But if I want to show just how cold it was when shooting this, I take it down to 4800, which brings a cooler temperature into the photograph.
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