Why White Balance?
That seems like a dumb question but after reading this article by Frank Glencairn, I’m interested in testing this out with the digital cameras I have access to. It makes a lot of sense when you break it down. Most digital cameras are naturally balanced for daylight color temperatures and from there you are raising or lowering the color channels. So give it a try if you have the time.
An interview with Wally Pfister where he talks from working with his gaffer, to directing and his early career. It’s always cool to see how people work and think. It’s an 11 part interview so you’ll have to go to the vimeo page to watch them all.
Interview with Wally Pfister →
Thanks to Jay Oxley for the link.