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The white balance setting is used to make the colours in a digital photograph look natural under different lighting conditions. It works by adjusting the colour balance so that objects which appear white in reality are rendered white in the image. To do this, the camera has to evaluate the ‘colour temperature’ of the light illuminating the subject and correct for its relative warmth or coolness of white light.

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Divine Twilight, Queensland, Australia


Award-winning Australian photographer Ken Duncan shares some fundamental landscape shooting tips, giving some insight into his stunning panoramic images.

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