8. VARYING THE WHITE BALANCE IN MULTIPLE EXPOSURES
THE WHITE BALANCE setting controls the overall color of a photo. While our eyes constantly adjust to the color of the light in any environment, cameras do not. You need to tell the camera about the type of light in which you are shooting so that the camera renders the colors properly. You do this by setting the proper white balance, or color temperature. You can also add a different color tone to an image by adjusting the white balance setting. This effect can be really interesting when you shoot in-camera double exposures because you can give each individual frame a different color cast.
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