Real white balance
Forgive my noob question, but I've had it for a long time and I couldn't get an answer just by looking online:
My question is about the white balance on camera. Typically, in nature at least, when shooting a video during sunrise, the whites in the image will have a slight yellow cast. When recording this type of scene with the camera's automatic white balance function, the reality of the scene is usually maintained. That is, the white of the image will continue to have a yellowish tint due to the reflection of the sun at dawn. The automatic white balance of my camera, Fujifilm X-T3, is appalling. Therefore I am forced to use a default profile for the white balance (daylight, shade, tungsten ...) or use an image with something white to define the value. The option of choosing a white balance profile is out of the equation for me, as it is very imprecise and not valid for all scenarios. Therefore, I have the option of defining the white balance manually. The problem is that when you do this (shoot something white so the camera decides the white balance), what actually has a yellowish tint, becomes absolute white. That is, when photographing a sunrise scene, the whites will be totally pure, not like in reality they would have a yellow tint. Does anyone know how I can set the white balance manually so that it respects reality? (Just for you to know, the camera also allows the user to set the kelvin value manually)
Thanks in advance.