41945 by moriato on ThePhotoForum: Film & Digital Photography Forum Shibuya crossing 2019/02/02 Olympus E-M10 1/200 f8 iso100 14mm Manual WB=300K 14-42mm f3.5-5.6EZ lense So, I went out to try manual exposure first time and was all the time wondering why everything looked so blueish. Only at home I recognized that I forgot to switch the white balance from indoors to outdoors. Lesson learned, I thought but when trying to fix the wb by posted it, I found that I actually prefer the blueish to the more 'realistic' one (it was very sunny as you can see here: Photo "41946" in the album "TestShots" by moriato). So, while I aim to use the more close to actual lighting setting from now on (doing the manual wb I leave for later), I am also confused why the blueish 'wrong' color looks so good here. I guess the general cool colors of the surrounding match it, but wonder if I should now also test many different wb settings for various situations. How do you handle the wb settings normally and what do you think about the coloring it creates in the image at the top?