When discussing color temperature of lighting (particularly in film and television), daylight is set at a standard of 5600 degrees Kelvin. Although actual daylight color temperature in the real world can vary widely, the motion picture standard is important because it allows a common baseline so that footage with the same daylight color temperature looks consistent.

This page has been seen 1,126 times.

Industry Advertising

Recent Activity

Readability Information

An automated review of this page attempts to determine its readability in English (US). The page contains roughly 55 words across 2 sentences.
Readability score
Readability score: 14.33
Grade level
For the information in this page to be accessible to the widest audience of readers, both a high readability score and a low grade level are ideal.

Icon Legend

  • Normal page
  • Color code

    • Content has new updates
    • Content has no updates

CB Advertising

Sign up to Advertise Today