Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
You should not expose a daylight film under tungsten illumination. The proper exposure is obtained only by using a correction filter. This is fully explained in Ctein's book, Post Exposure. I highly recommend it to you as it has photo and sensitometric examples of what you are interested in.

In a perfect world this of course should always be standard practice.

What about mixed lighting where you have no choice?

Can anyone rif on 4th layer technologies (fuji) and whatever Kodak does to help in these situations?

I've noticed with tungsten illumination shot on daylight balanced negative stock that newer films handle this MUCH better than in the past? ? ?