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Studio lighting what kind of lights work good, other then professional lighting.  flood light? spotlight? fluorescent light? if so what watts

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All of the lights refered to have color issues ie: the pictures will look washed out using flood or spotlights, and green or blue using flourescents. While you can filter out the colors, and do a white balance to correct for lumenosity differences, these corrections will adversely affect everything else in the pictures. With the digital revolution in full swing, much pro quality lighting and cameras are now available on sites like E-bay at great prices(my $2,000.00 Bronica ETRS now sells for $250.00), so look for some used pro lighting units and avoid the headaches that using household of industrial style lighting units will cause. Get a B&H catalogue, and then look for these items on E-Bay.

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