White balance is a technique many photographers may use to make the colors in a photo seem as accurate to real life as possible. Doing this might be a cause of taking photos in different sources of light or temperature in a photo. There are seven settings to adjust the settings. The first one being Auto where the camera makes a guess on a shot by shot basis. the second one being tungsten which cools down the photo when primarily shooting indoors. The third one is fluorescent which makes cool photos seem more warm and cozy. The fourth is daylight or sunny, this mode isn’t in all cameras but the ones that do have it can set things in fairly normal light settings. The fifth one is cloudy, it can warm up a photo better than daylight mode. Flash mode can warm up your photo when the photo is warmed up. The final one is shade which warms up a photo when shooting in the shade.