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Old 04-08-2004, 11:54 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Allan Rahbek
Hi Garth, sparring partner.

I notice that the shadows of the tubes seem bluish and the light pink / yellowish, which means that you have used a warm light. This will make the Burnt Sienna look more warm than out in the real life.
Just theory, no problem!

Allan
Allan,

You are quite right and very observant. My very fine professional flash decided to subordinate it output against the extremely glaring 500 watt halogen that was already illuminating the situation. However, I did a more careful Photoshop Levels white balance on the two pictures of the colot tests. They seem corrected to me.

Thanks!
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