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#1 anthony derose

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Posted 06 December 2008 - 11:30 PM

Motivating a ceiling lamp for a family dinner scene at a table. Usually I like to use corrected practical's at 3200. However I can't change the bulb in this fixture so I'm thinking about putting 1/8 cto on my tug. units to match the orange hue of the lamp. This wont turn my skin tones too orange?
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#2 Gus Sacks

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Posted 07 December 2008 - 03:42 AM

Motivating a ceiling lamp for a family dinner scene at a table. Usually I like to use corrected practical's at 3200. However I can't change the bulb in this fixture so I'm thinking about putting 1/8 cto on my tug. units to match the orange hue of the lamp. This wont turn my skin tones too orange?


What format are you shooting on? And if you're looking to correct the fixture I guess it'd mean it was not 3200 - slightly cooler if you want to correct it with 1/8 anything warm... Could you explain the fixture itself better?
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