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Colour differences with flash and ambient light

I have recently been using flash quite a bit, both indoors and outdoors, mainly to illuminate my subject under difficult ambient conditions. The problem is that while the subject comes out the way I want it, occasionally the rest of the scene has a different colour. This is mainly when I am indoors and I'm sure it's to do with artificial light, though it sometimes happens with light from windows. I would really like to harmonise the colour across the image

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