Different artificial light sources produce different color temperatures that the human brain interprets as neutral light. Digital cameras, however, record the color as it really is — for example, tungsten “white” light has an orange-yellow cast and fluorescent “white” light has a green cast. White balance settings either in the camera itself or in post-production software can correct such color casts.
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