PLEASE NOTE - I goofed slightly - I said that lower numbers are cooler and higher numbers warmer - on the Kelvin scale light is measured in the opposite way. When you adjust the numbers on your camera it counteracts that - so higher numbers will make the image appear warmer (as it works to counteract the cool light you have identified)...
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