White balance with digital

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karuzo Contributing Member • Posts: 506
White balance with digital

Hello all,

I am researching on architectural photography. I read in a book (film based) that sometimes it is required to expose the same picture multiple times when color temperature is mixed (tunsten, fluorescent, daylight) w/ color correction filters as necessary. In digital, as we know, there is the white balance. It is possible to take several shots with differnt balance settings (or shoot raw). What is the best way of mixing the result images in post process? Is it by using mask layers and carefully reveal, or is there a more efficient method?
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