It dawned on me about a year ago that many of the photos and videos I've taken at zoos over the years are a bit off in terms of color. I've discovered color correcting in Adobe Photoshop using the color balance tool and it really makes a difference in viewing the photos as if you were there in real time. Now depending upon what your computer you're using, whether its a PC or Mac it will look slightly different, but basically I've found out that cameras of any type will let in a majority of blue light dissipating the other colors when you take a photo. When I edit a photo, I'll move the lowest bar in color balance tool (yellow/blue) -30 towards yellow and then add +15 saturation. If I'm shooting through glass or plexiglass I'll add another +15 saturation and then adjust the cyan/red or magenta/green depending upon the colors still present within the photo. For videos I color correct them as well. In Adobe Premiere Pro I'll take my finished video clip and then apply the fast color corrector where I change the amount of saturation to 115% and then play around with the color wheel until I achieve the right results. If I have a clip of an animal in bright sunlight, I'll duplicate the video layer then select "multiply" under the blend mode and set it at 50%. This usually is good for what my Canon SX530 HS gives me after I film a clip with it. Edits will vary under different lighting circumstances and the settings that I use for my camera will not work for everyone's. I just figured I'd let you know what I use to color correct my photos and videos in case you want to try it yourself.