recently I saw a wedding dinner photo of a friend of mine. I notice one strange characteristic on the color of the photo and I am thinking to ask for some advice.
The photo is taken in a restaurant, with very intensive tungsten lighting all over the place, a typical restaurant setting. The photographer, I suspect, must have used the flash WB setting, so the guests and host in the photo are all exposed with adequate WB. However, because of the strong tungsten backlight, other than the table and the people get the correct color tone, the whole background is rather overly yellowish.
So question - is there any solution to get better or more balanced WB under such situations? Would using a warm filter plus setting the WB to tungsten or close to tungsten temperature helps?
I hope I have explained my question and scenario clearly enough. Thanks.