Hi there. I plan to shoot some medium-format portraits in a studio setup at the end of this week. I will be using my Mamiya RB67 with Kodak daylight film (Portra 400 & 800). All lights will be tungsten-balanced. I intend to use a lot of colored gels to give the images a stylized, colorful look (blues, purples, red, pinks, oranges, etc.). Because I am using saturated, colorful light, should I not even bother using corrective filters on my camera (like 80A or 80B) to account for the fact I am shooting daylight film with tungsten light? Or are those filters still helpful for balancing the color in an accurate way, even if the lighting is meant to be stylized? Thanks!