The “wrong” white balence proves right
I´m usually very careful to choose the right white balence when taking photos. I tend to follow the rules too closely, like the Germans never cross a street if the red man is lit, even though there is no car for miles.
But when I took a photo of the Berlin cathedral I forgot to set the camera from sunlight to cloudy white balence, and the result was the photo below. It gave it a almost negative film photo look and taught me that sometimes you can create interesting images by using the “wrong” white balence for the environment.