B The Camera Raw histogram charts the number of pixels at each tonal level in your photo. WHITE BALANCE, IN PHOTOGRAPHY The color temperature of the lighting in which a photo is shot, whether that lighting is natural or artiﬁ cial, affects the relative amounts of red, green, and blue that a digital camera records. The camera attempts to balance those three colors to produce an accurate white, and then uses the balanced white to make other colors in the photo more accurate. You can reﬁ ne the white balance of a photo in Camera Raw. Note: In the Camera Raw dialog, you could adjust the white balance that was produced by your camera with the White Balance tool (you click a gray- ish white area in a photo that contains some detail, to be used by the tool as a sample area). However, deciding which area to click can be tricky, so we recommend using the Temperature and Tint sliders instead, as described on the next page.