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Re: Using filters
Martin Euredjian wrote:
> What is your prefered setup procedure when using colored filters during a
> transfer? I'm talking about what you do when you go from no filtration to
> color filter.
> Do you setup without filtration for a balanced (or whatever is called for)
> look, then insert the filter and adjust gain to compensate for insertion
Wouldn't it be nice if it were just a gain adjustment . . . Always a little
bit of remixing too. But, while I like exploring new looks, I find the use of
filters slightly aggrevating because their effect is not predictable. I have
heard others speak glowingly of filter sets, and I've wondered if I'm using a
substandard set - perhaps other suppliers have developed sets that work
particulary well with the various light sources that are specific to each
But, yes I start with a basic mix as a reference point before I add a filter.
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- Using filters
- From: "Martin Euredjian" <martinfx at email.msn.com>