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.

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