'Color temperature' describes an ambient light source's appearance. It is measured using degrees Kelvin, and typically ranges between 2400K and 6500K for most indoor lighting applications. The lower the Kelvin, the "warmer" its appearance, while the higher the Kelvin, the "cooler" its appearance.

Adjust the slider below for a visual demonstration of how ambient lighting color temperature can affect a 'stamp in hand' appearance

Warmer ← CCT → Cooler

Current Color Temperature: 4250K