Pro photo studios are indoors & artifically lit
and have nothing to do with automobile lighting reqirements at night in the real world. The reason all OEM manufacturers use 4300K OEM bulbs is because it produces the closest thing to direct sunlight for the human eye, under most conditions.
Sunlight can vary from 3250K at sunrise to 6500K at noon on a cloudy day to 8000K at noon in the Northern hemisphere.
Sunlight color temperature chart
The higher the color temp equates to less white and more blue light just like your chart above shows. Not really sure the 4300K pic is as yellow as depicted, though.
4300K bulb output produces more lumens than a 5500K bulb of the same size & power. And at night in bad weather the 4300K bulb that is closer to the yellow end of the color temp. scale will be vastly superior for the human eye than a 5500K bulb with its bluer light.
But if bluer light is what you want because it looks cooler to you, mod away, it's your Jeep
Just don't go near the 6000~8000K bulbs that would really diminish the useable light output of your HID's.