Subject: Re: What is the default kelvin temperature set to when you bring up a raw image
I assume you are shooting RAW files. If this is the case, the white balance settings in your camera don't mean anything. In-camera cutom white balancing is required only when shooting JPEG's. When shooting RAW, you'll do all of your white balance adjustments in Camera Raw. To give yourself a reliable "target", simply include a Macbeth ColorChecker in either the first or last image of your shoot. This is much more consistent than using white seamless, a white wall or the white collar of someone's shirt.
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