White Balance

Some articles on white balance, white, balance:

Photography - Technical Aspects - Camera Controls
... White balance On digital cameras, electronic compensation for the color temperature associated with a given set of lighting conditions, ensuring that white light is ... In addition to using white balance to register natural coloration of the image, photographers may employ white balance to aesthetic end, for example white balancing to a blue object in ...
Color Temperature Applications - TV, Video, and Digital Still Cameras
... a compliant TV screen to display an electrically black and white signal (minimal color saturation) at a color temperature of 6,500 K ... and digital still cameras can adjust for color temperature by zooming into a white or neutral colored object and setting the manual "white balance" (telling ... White-balancing is necessary especially when indoors under fluorescent lighting and when moving the camera from one lighting situation to another ...
Gray Card - Application
... for measuring exposure, a gray card provides a convenient reference for white balance, or color balance, allowing the camera to compensate for the illuminant ... Gray cards can be used for in-camera white balance or post-processing white balance ... Many digital cameras have a custom white balance feature ...
Raw Therapee - Features - Adjustment Tools and Processing
... Various methods of sharpening Various methods of noise reduction Detail recovery White balance (presets, color temperature, spot white balance and auto white balance) Channel mixer Color boost and vibrance (saturat ...

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