Looking to buy the right gel for balancing my tungsten Blondies to match the color temperature of my daylight balanced fluorescent panels.
At first I thought I'd just gel the Blondies with a full CTB, but then I saw the 241 "Fluorescent 5700K" gel. It looks more teal than blue, I'm guessing they added a little bit of green to compensate for the green in the fluorescents.
I'm a beginner with using flo-lights, so my questions is - would I be better of with the 241 on the Blondies OR doing the full CTB on the Blondies in addition to adding a minus green to my flo-lights?
I mean, I wouldn't want that extra green in the flo-lights anyway, right?
For the second option, any experience on how strong a minus green I'd need?
And also, for those of you regularly using fluorescent panels without any other type of lights involved, do you always add a minus green (and in what strength) as a rule of thumb?
For the record: I'm not on an original Kinoflo kit, but the cheaper competitor "Flo-lights".
Thank you and have a good weekend!