Do your clinical images sometimes appear to have a yellow or blue cast? The above left image has a yellow cast to it that doesn’t accurately portray what is in the patient’s mouth. The most likely cause is an inaccurate setting for white balance – how the camera’s sensor interprets white for the image.
Depending on your camera, you may either set white balance by setting the color temperature by number or to a white balance range. Go to your camera’s menu and select white balance. If you see a series of icons (sunshine, clouds, lightning, etc.) choose sunshine. That will give you a white balance range of 5,500-6,000 kelvins. If you have the option to select a specific temperature, set the camera to 5,200-5,500 kelvins.
Those settings will give you light interpretation that is close to natural sunlight and the blue or yellow casts should go away.