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#1 Miguel Bunster Claudet

Miguel Bunster Claudet
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Posted 14 January 2011 - 09:38 PM

Hi,
wanted to know your thoughts on the following:

1-How good you think a DSRL like a 7D is to use as a color meter representation? Its close enough to represent color reproduction on film?
I used it to good results but curious in your experience.

2-I am shooting in this super market place that must have almost every light source invented...all with a green spike average around CC +12 in Minolta color meter...which tells me to use a kodak 30m to time it out but thinking to use a +green 1/4 in my units (unless i missed calculated the color CC conversion) and then time it out...just feel skin reproduction ain't the best when you time out the green...any thoughts?

3-This market place has lights ranging around the 3800 Kelving and +12 CC. I will be shooting 5219 and if don't add green to my units i may just shoot with my tungsten units uncorrected and time the green out. Will try to have my units over power the ambient. My other thought is to turn all off and relight from zero...time consuming....any thoughts?

Best of all and thanks!
Miguel
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