Augustus Saint Gaudens In The Metropolitan Museum Of Art by Augustus Saint-Gaudens

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Professional Color Films for Tungsten Lights Tungsten flood and quartz lamps made today are almost all balanced to give correct color with color slide films balanced for 3,200°K. Ektachrome 320 tungsten film is my favorite. Scotch/3M 640 (ISO speed) tungsten film gives interesting, grainy effects. ) Professional Type L (for long exposure) color negative/print films are designed to give excellent color, especially of skin tones, under 3,200°K hot27 lights. Kodak Pro 400 MC is recommended by a colleague.

Light can maximize detail, show texture, minimize defects in imperfect faces, and make mundane objects look terrific. With knowledge, patience, and a good “eye,” with lights, you can achieve effects never to be found in nature or on the streets. For inspiration, look at light wherever you go. Then imagine how you would recreate such effects in a studio. To start lighting, use any uncluttered space as a studio. You should be able to darken it. In dim light, pose a willing human subject, or set up an object or still-life group—I sometimes use a mannequin.

The photoflood lamp and the quartz lamp here are both rated at 500 watts. This obviously shows that quartz fixtures are extremely compact compared to equivalent photoflood lights. 34 ers if you want to learn more about those. Smith-Victor Hotlights I like and use Smith-Victor hotlights, both for teaching lighting and for portraiture. Buy these lights individually or as a kit. A 500 watt “Thrifty” tungsten floodlight kit consists of two photoflood fixtures with ten-inch reflectors, two six-foot light stands, and two 250 watt ECA photoflood lamps in a corrugated carry case.

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