5.1 | Aperture and Depth of Field
5.2 | Shutter speed
5.3 | ISO
5.4 | The exposure triangle
5.5 | Histogram
5.6 | Bracketing
5.7 | White balance
balance determines the so-called colour temperature of an image. If the colours
in an image are exactly as they are in reality, then it is correct white
balance. If this is not the case you speak of 'colour cast' and the photo is
often yellower/redder (warmer) or bluer (colder) than reality.
Below you can see the difference between certain Kelvin values. Move your mouse over the picture to see the difference.