Photography Advice from National Geographic
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From The Complete National Geographic
Original Content | December 04, 2009
Make your pictures more vivid by switching from the "auto white balance" (AWB) setting to the "daylight" setting. It will pick up the natural blue, purple and orange hues that AWB will miss.
About the photo: In the bush of Western Australia in January 1991, Sam Abell photographed this solitary boab tree.