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FORUMS General Gear Talk Flash and Studio Lighting 
Thread started 01 Aug 2011 (Monday) 21:46
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Slight blue tint from my flashes.

 
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Aug 01, 2011 21:46 |  #1

Hello guys,

Hope you all are doing fine. Been seen the pictures and they are coming out amazing!


Today I had this photoshoot with a model and I came across an issue that I had no idea how to solve.

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Used 4 lights, BD as main on top.
White umbrella on bottom as fill

and 2 canon 430exs as rim light.

However these flashguns had this slight "blue tint" to them!

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Is it me being very picky???????

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Aug 01, 2011 22:16 |  #2

Lights can have a slightly different cast. Even the same light can vary at different power settings.
They can be measured with a color temp meter and then ballanced with gels if you desire.


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