If you’re shooting raw, you may have gotten a bit lazy with your white balance settings since they are so easy to fix in post. But if you’re shooting video or JPEG, there is a benefit to getting it “right in camera.”
Here’s a video I recorded for the DPBestflow project which may help you.
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