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#1 Andy Yeomans

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Posted 03 May 2006 - 12:15 AM

Hello,

I am looking for suggestions for specific gel applications. I am going to do some still photography shots that will be lit entirely with your basic Home Depot, 32 watt, dual bulb cool white flourescent ballasts and I need to subtract all of the green because this will be cross-processed.

I will be shooting a scene that has a color scheme of only pink walls and black clothing and fairly pale skin. I need to know how much "minus green" to add to the ballasts to subtract all the green. It's 35mm still and I shoot most of my portraiture on a 50mm lens.

I will be using either Kodak 100 Kodacolor or Fuji 100 Velvia color reversal and it's all indoors. I would do some tests but I would like to know how close I can get with anyone's knowledge.

Thanks

Yeomans
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