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Barbara White wrote: > What about a good old fashioned photo flood (blue)? Maybe that would work > for viewing (although the bulbs don't last very long....) > > Barbara White YEECH! Too bright, most likely. Probably fry the paper <G>. Start the fading process immediately! Crisp the edges... As I'm sure you're very well aware, most of the better lightboxes (and viewing booths, for that matter) are rated not only for color temperature and spectrum quality, but also for their adherence to the brightness standard. If you view a transparency on your big old 44" Macbeth box and everything looks just great, and then you take it to your client and show it to him on a cheezy little dim battery-powered thing, it might not look the same. Ditto viewing sources for print material. david -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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