Already experimenting with it and it seems to make world of difference I just have to get a hang of what kelvin to have in what situation I see there is a Kelvin chart so between trying to memorize it and experimenting on my own I hope to get a hang of it.
Thanks! to me I just see as the reflective light taking over skin tones and whites Blues, yellows and oranges seem to prevalent.. maybe im trippin? ha
or maybe that wasent the best representation, you can see what I mean here if you have time.
I'm really color blind so I usually have to rely on the technology at hand for WB adjustments. I shoot RAW and in AWB and find something neutral in the shot with WB eyedropper. If there is nothing in my keeper I can usually find something neutral in the shots before or after and than copy and paste the setting into my good shot. Light meters and sensors in the cameras are so much better than they used to be. It is huge difference between my old 40d and 6d as far as AWB goes.