Definitions for "Colour Balance"
How a particular colour film reproduces the colours of a scene. All Colour films are formulated to be exposed by light of a certain colour quality (daylight or tungsten). It also describes an adjustment in colour photo processes that ensure a neutral scale of grey tones is reproduced accurately, i.e. a grey subject will have no colour cast or bias. (see Daylight film & Tungsten film)
The accuracy with which a photograph reproduces colours. 2) The adjustment of colours to ensure improved accuracy.
See Grey Balance.
Keywords:  alternative, white, balance, term
Alternative term for white balance.