Aside from photography, I build a lot of sculptures and devices that incorporate burning propane. When I take pictures of people near the flames, the color of the light on their skin is really nice. Sometimes, though, my camera’s AWB does too good a job, and turns the fire from orange-yellow, to white.
I see that RT has a “camera” setting where you choose what WB to use. Is there any way to look at a picture where I really like the color, use that as a reference, then get the actual K, tint, Blue/Red and AWB temperature bias numbers, then save them as a custom white balance for the times when the camera gets it wrong? Even better, I’d like to set up a white balance profile in my cameras, because it is an unusual lighting situation that is far from “stock” but I shoot in it often so I’d like to make a shortcut in camera if I can.