White balance and color balance are intrinsically linked in the digital photography process.
When you adjust the white balance settings within your camera, you’ll also be able to control the color balance within your image in post-processing.
Essentially, color balance is the post-processing extension of the white balance camera function.
However, the white balance can also be changed in post-processing when the original camera file is raw. So there are differences between the two.
This guide will look at white balance and color balance, how they both work, and their differences. Here’s what we’ll cover:
- White balance versus color balance
- What is white balance?
- What is the color balance?
- Color balance in post-production
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Photo Credit: David Zawita