I'm currently shooting a roll of tungsten film with a yellow filter. I'm thinking it will result in normal-ish looking colors, perhaps a bit warm. I saw evidence on flickr suggesting that this might actually result in pleasing photographs.... but we'll see.
There are such filters: the 85 series, but they are more amber than yellow. Depending upon the actual color temp. of the light you are shooting in you can get a normal-ish result. Pleasing photographs... that is always possible depending on who is being pleased...
Out of fairness to color filters for B&W effects, you can use them for creative monotone prints. Try a red or orange at sunrise or sunset. Maybe a green filter with a dark forest scene or with a water scene. It drives color labs crazy trying to correct them.
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