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Why does the image get bluish and not yellowish when I shift the color temperature to a lower K?

When you slide the color temperature on your camera (or image editing software) up to 10000K you don't actually change the very cool blue/white light in the real world to make it more orange. You ...
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Why does the image get bluish and not yellowish when I shift the color temperature to a lower K?

Because the color temperature that you give in photo editing is the assumed color temperature of the light source used for the original picture. With a low temperature light source the colors are ...
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Relationship between tint-temp and magenta-green-blue-amber white balance corrections?

The magenta – green adjustment slider is associated with old TV and computer Monitor technology. Color signals were antilog and variations were often due to signal timing variations. Signal timing ...
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