I was talking with a friend about what conditions can affect color, gamma and white balance, and how to get in order these variables into the configuration to set up and get a good shot.
Beside the angle of the sun at some day (we will assume that the time is every the same in every place), and related to the season (but also we will assume that the same season in every place).
Also with the assumption for the same conditions and camera setup in every place...
So, first question:
1) Is there a change in the color or white balance or gamma or something taking one shot for example at tropic, at equator and pole, because the light from sun changes in every latitude?
For example, you get less/more color in equator than in north tropic, and both are different than on the south tropic?
If this is true:
2) Is the difference substantial, for e.g., from Lat 40S to 50N? (This assumption must be without seasons of course. I'm not talking about distances to the sun, so... for e.g. Summer in 40S and summer in 50N, the same day (21-12 for South, 21-6 for North)
3) Can it be corrected?
4) Do I have to take any consideration to set up my camera if I travel from one place to another place?