This may be a little off topic, but I have a 2-fold question that I need input from the lighting experts. 1. What can I do to set white balance properly on the camera if there is a mixture of flourescent and tungsten lighting in, say for example, a dimly lit church, so that the blacks look appropriately black, the whites look appropriately white, and the skin tones look realistic? 2. What can I do to adjust the white balance properly in RAW afterward as a result of shooting in a mixture of flourescent and tungsten lighting, and the camera was not set properly? I have been shooting in Auto white balance, and I dont want to do that anymore, since I have been disappointed most of the time by the results. Also, if anyone could post any "before and after" photos where the white was corrected along with an explanation on what you did, that would be tremendously helpful! Thanks!