White balance can be a big problem for amateur photographers. Cameras are much less forgiving than the human eye, meaning they will capture images as they actually look without any adjustment for various colours. There are various steps you can take to achieve better white balance in your images.
There will usually be a white balance setting on a digital camera that you can use in bright light. This will help even the image out and not pick up on the glare and hide the image within the bright background. Other settings you might want to use include cloudy, shade and flash settings. These will all work to adjust the lighting and help you get a more balanced photograph.
If you realise that there is a white balance issue one the photographs have been uploaded onto a computer, you can use image editing software to correct it. Photoshop and similar programmes are very good options.