How to Use Flash Gels to Balance Light

Have you ever taken a photo with your flash indoors where the lights in the background look very orange, or blue? This is because flashes are set to a different white balance temperature than indoor lighting.  It’s the same reason that most streetlights appear yellow, and fluorescent lights that are usually featured in office buildings,…

Studying of white balance and color temperature

Information about white balance can be fed excessively technically and appear too difficult to understand in articles about photography and textbooks. We would like to present information on the white balance in an accessible form to help you master all the functionality of you digital camera not going deep into the technical terms and the…