Messing with White Balance in RAW

One of the beautiful things about RAW is the flexibility you have with white balance. One of the reasons I hate photographing with JPG is that inevitably I will forget to set the correct WB and my photos will end up with all sorts of terrible colour casts to them. With RAW, not only can I rectify these mistakes later, I can also use WB to twist the way colour is presented.

[all photos with Panasonic GF1 / 40mm f1.7]

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