Having a lovely time producing batches of three skeins of various colour combinations : a base of naturally-coloured Shetland, together with pre-coloured merino. The difficulty I have is taking photos that accurately represent the actual colours of the yarn. So much technology these days is dumbed-down to make it simple to use. They also tend to hype-up the colours to make photos seem more attractive (and Instagrammable?) to the average user. This photo was taken with the Canon 70D, and I’ve discovered a setting that matches the white-balance (colour calibration) to the ‘colour’ of the light the photo is taken under. In this case thats 3000k, as printed on the side of the LED lamp! Even so, this just doesn’t do the colours justice – but I can’t say just how.