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#1 Joe Riggs

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Posted 13 November 2008 - 11:11 PM

Hello,

We will be shooting a short in a restroom, under florescent lights. Part of the scene is in b/w and part of the scene will be shot in color, we have a 100ft roll of 16mm color negative Kodak 200t for the color section. My concern is how the tungsten film will react to the florescent light, both color wise and flicker? I wouldn't mind having a gritty, slightly greenish image because the restroom is supposed look unpleasant.
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