Yes this would work for static shooters, but I shoot dirt motorsports under extremely challenging lighting conditions. Example, I recentently shot a race event that started with a partly cloudy mid-afternoon sun ending with tracklights consisting of lights of varying tempertures. On one spar there were 6 fixtures and at least 4 different temps adjacent to each other. On top of this I had to shoot with availablle lighting due to the track dust. The best solution I have come up with is to shoot WB (K) adjusting in the field for a semi-neutral balance then eyedroppering on a mid-gray to get close. Also the vinyl wraps on some of the cars are just impossible to work around due to the properties of some of the neon colors....come out as pastels, go figure.
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