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Subject: Re: RAW and Kelvin Temp.





when you heat a black body so the final color is daylight (combination
of sun and skylight) why is Kelvin for daylight temp less than shade?
5500K VS 7500K.





Shade is a darker color than white and would it not require less heat
(less Kelvin)?




This is a common source of confusion. Cool (blueish) colors actually correspond to a higher black body temperature, and warm (reddish) colors to a lower temperature.

Mike Russell

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