Warm or Cool Colors
Back in the days of film, photographers had to pay attention to whether they were shooting outdoors or indoors, and whether the lighting was incandescent or fluorescent. Most digital cameras now have auto white balance, which handles this for you—unless you turn it off. That’s one instance when you might need to warm or cool a photo’s color. The example photo shows another: on a cloudy day you may need a little warmth to take the shivers off. (See extra bits on page 80.)
Once you’re satisfied, click OK to apply the change and close the dialog box. Save your changes.