First time I discovered ‘white balance’ when I was doing a research before photographing my first sunset. Someone was saying is better to use cloudy white balance as it will give the sunset that warm and dramatic look. That someone was right. About a month ago I attended a workshop by Bryan Peterson, and one of the things he mentioned is how much he loves to play with white balance settings, straight in the camera, especially for blue hour photography. This is my first attempt, and the below is the second one. These photos didn’t need much editing, each of them is very close to how they came out of the camera (I used different white balance settings).
The pictures are taken in Dubai Marina, from a bridge, after sunset.