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> Date: Mon, 23 Aug 1999 12:34:30 -0700 > From: David Spellman <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Subject: Re: Studio Lighting > > Tim Catlin wrote: > > > I'm in the process of building a home based studio for doing archival > > work with my Epsons. I'm looking at lighting made by OTT-LIGHT. They > > make a fluorescent "Truecolor" tube that they claim enhances color > > matching. http://www.ott-lite.com > > > > Can anyone make any recommendations for other lighting or have any > > experience with Ott-lite tubes? > > Ott-lites are excellent, but expensive, and they still have that > flourescent flicker that can tire your eyes out with time. I don't > recommend them for overall lighting -- but they're pretty good for spot > applications. SNIP To get rid of that flicker, purchase high frequency "electronic" ballasts for your Flourescent fixtures. They should be available in your Home Depot type of stores in the $40-50 range. Or from specialty lighting supply stores. John Nollendorfs JN Photography Lincoln, NE - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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