So how to solve this abrupt color temperature change from daylight (still not sure if there will be direct sunlight on the man or shade) to tungsten, also i might have exposure problem to solve. The lamp in shot surely wont have enough power to match outdoor's light.
Also there's a scene in a small room with tungsten light with the warm feeling, what would be the best: Set WB to tungsten then color correct a bit in post or, set the WB to a higher number to make the scene look warmer? or the last option is too risky?
And what do you guys do the most? White balance with color temperature setting on the camera or manual set with a 18% gray card?
Any advice or help will be appreciated!! Thanks!
Edited by Martin Hong, 28 October 2011 - 10:30 PM.