I have done this before, with digital equipment, but I am going on a trip to a MLB game this time and have decided to take all film since my film equipment is better. Anyway, I noticed on many of the digital shots the color was ok until after the sun went down then just lit on stadium lighting the photos started to look a little yellowish. I could fix it in PS but it takes some time. I was wondering now that I am shooting with film I would like the real processed prints to come out with the correct color. What filters do I need to use with daylight film? Will tungsten balanced film do the trick with no filters? I would prefer if I have to use a filter that it has no exposure effect because I need all the speed I can get out of my lenses. I would much prefer to use negative film. If tungsten works how about the Portra T? Thanks, J.D.