I have a simple... but yet not so simple question. What is the ideal WB in a scene? Clearly no easy answer to that one... :biggrin: I will post a few examples at the end of the post for you look at. I just recently bought an Expodisc from a Cafe member (Thanks Doug) and I played with it last night. The auto WB shot clearly is very "yellow", and the Expodisc shot is WB'ed nicely. The actual scene looks more like the auto WB one... although not as much yellow. The Expodisc scene looks like I shot it with available light from a window in the daytime. So.... is the idea to capture the scene as it really looks... or to capture the scene with a good WB?? Here are the pics...What do you guys think??