|As to your question. No, I did not do a custom white balance on a clear area of snow. I have set my white balance to daylight which is the most average white balance setting there is, you can call it neutral. This setting will give me an accurate result on the screen of my camera but since I am shooting RAW not on my result. The result on the LCD screen is not what a quickly adjusted human eyes sees but what is actually really present. Yes, I have the option to change what a human eye saw while out and about for several hours, or I have the option to change to the result an human eye whould have seen if it just arrived into this temperature of light.
Not sure why you are still waaaiting
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