Subject: Re: RAW and Kelvin Temp.
To add to Lee's message, when you tell your raw converter that the light source is greater than 5500 it starts adding yellow to the image to bring it back towards neutral. If you tell it that your light source was lower than 5500 it will add blue.
That is where I think it might get confusing. If you set your white balance to shade or overcast (a higher/bluer temperature) you are telling your camera/converter to compensate for that bluer light by adding yellow. So when you set your temp higher in the raw converter the image looks more yellow, not more blue.
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