This is also a time-lapse question. Let's start with a question that could solve the problem: In rapidly changing light conditions(sunset), if i choose a particular white balance temperature, fit for the beginning of the shooting interval, will this negatively affect the photos shot towards the end of the interval? So here's the story. I want to shoot timelapse over the course of about 45-60 minutes. The shooting location is a rooftop, limited acces, so this is probably the only shot at it i'll get. Yesterday i did a test shot, with white balance on auto(stupid me). The colors came out great(personal opinion), but i wasn't able to determine what color temperature the camera(Nikon D90) used. Any idea what program i could use to find out? I can't shoot in RAW because the shooting setting i chose (4" shutter, 1 sec between photos, sometimes doesn't give the camera enough time to download the pics to the laptop) This is one of the shots: I didn't have the tripod, so it got blurry. I am confused because it is cloudy and it's also a sunset(the sun sets a little to the left of the shot) and the temperatures for the two settings are pretty far apart. This shot was taken at 18:45, which is about in the middle of the interval i planed(18:20-19:20). Thanks. PS: Sorry for the info overload.