Posted 12 February 2013 - 11:21 PM
It depends on what film stock or ASA setting is on your camera, because putting ctb on 1k would reduce its power by 70 percent. So, your light levels may not be high enough for slower film stick or camera setting. Also, it depends on location size as well. If the location small where you will have your lights close to your subject, it may be sufficient. Worst case, you can set up your lights and take an inciden reading to see where your levels are. Adrian made a good point when he mentioned using mixed temps within a scene. For example, if you shoot on tungsten stock or setting, your tungsten lights would appear normal and daylight would be biased towards blue. It could create that warm inviting interiors as opposed to colder exterior. Or, you can put 85c filter on your camera with tungsten stock or setting to bring the temp level in between daylight and tungsten. This way, tungsten light would be even warmer and daylight would be biased towards blue in a lesser extent.