I've noticed that the 6D is lacking one button that my 550D has, and that is the white balance button.
Now this has never worried me before, because I don't think I've worried about white balance much during the shoots. I tend to shoot RAW, leave it on Auto and worry about the shot itself, getting the main aspects right as though I'm shooting film, and then worry about adjusting WB later in PP.
I was just wondering - is this the norm, or do most people work the white balance in camera. Obviously this is a must for JPEG shots - so I was wondering how most people shoot?
(Just for clarification, by "shooting RAW and worrying about it in PP" I'm talking about not worrying about setting the camera WB at the scene. Doesn't mean you don't shoot a WB card - just not worrying about the WB setting until later)