White Balance For Sunset Shots
Updated: 6 days ago
You can create the desired sunset warmth with white balance without using a neutral density (ND) filter.
Jewel Bridge in Punggol, Singapore at sunset.
How do I get this tone? It is illustrated in Photo 2 and 3.
Set your White Balance using the Kelvin (K) temperature to create a yellowish warmth. The K white balance setting helps to set the desired colour temperature which presets white balance cannot achieved.
Next, adjust the White Balance Shift to fine tune the white balance.
Colours of twilight. Sky is almost diffused and pink tones are starting to immerse.
This is the same location as the above photo and was shot about 20 minutes later.
See the slight changes that I have made to get this shot.
Keeping the K-temperature at 5000 for the warmness.
Here, I made a little adjustment to the tint in the White Balance Shift to draw out the twilight layers of pink tone in the sky.