Ctein clarly shows the difficulty doing that due to the film latitude. It is a problem.
I agree that shooting day light balanced slide film in tungsten light without filters is a big nono. But if you overexpose negative film by a stop or two and the scene doesn't have excessive contrast, the film's latitude should (and in my experience does) allow post color correction.
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