mel jacobson on thu 4 dec 03
one point to make.
never, never have fluorescent lights on
while shooting slides.
it will give everything a green cast.
i try to keep all overhead lighting off when
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Tony Ferguson on thu 4 dec 03
If you are using digital, you can have fluorescent lights on if your camera
has the setting.
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From: "mel jacobson"
Sent: Thursday, December 04, 2003 6:25 AM
> one point to make.
> never, never have fluorescent lights on
> while shooting slides.
> it will give everything a green cast.
> i try to keep all overhead lighting off when
> doing slides.
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Maurice Weitman on thu 4 dec 03
At 6:25 AM -0600 on 12/4/03, mel jacobson wrote:
>one point to make.
>never, never have fluorescent lights on
>while shooting slides.
>it will give everything a green cast.
>i try to keep all overhead lighting off when
I'm glad Mel didn't say "never, never, never" because
I often use full-spectrum fluorescent lamps on digital and no
filtering or adjustments are needed.
My "lightbox" was a $10 shop light fixture, two 48" tubes,
and one or two plastic diffusers from grid ceiling tile applications.
Cheap, long-lasting, stable color, cool. Fill-in flash or a mirror
Ditto when I shot film -- common Kodak slide emulsions were very
happy with the light.