What is white balance?
What is ISO?
Light has a temperature.
Regular incandescent lightbulbs
Fluorescent office lighting
Light determines a cool or warm cast or tint
SUN icon> represents normal daylight conditions in direct light
CLOUD icon> is for overcast days, flat light, shade, window-illuminated interiors
LIGHTBULB icon> is for incandescent lighting
BAR-SHAPED icon> is for fluorescent lighting
ISO = International Standards Organization
Refers to film mostly - Variable Film Speed
Higher the film speed, higher the light sensitivity and faster the exposure times; grainer the image
3200 speed film. What it is good for?
Popular ISO speeds are 100 for bright light (outdoor) and 400 for lower, average light and indoor shots.
Most digital cameras have an auto-ISO setting; 200 is the lowest because it is generic.
If you want to shoot in dim light without a flash increase your ISO. 400 and up.
Higher ISOs result in more noise.
} All have a unique temperature.
} Common white balance symbols
Simply, white balance = color balance
Simply, ISO = light sensitivity.