From: Bill Collins (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 12/06/00-06:25:11 AM Z
Interesting idea. Just swap the bulbs and you are ready for alt printing too.
---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Robert W. Schramm" <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 05 Dec 2000 19:33:24 -0500
>Back in the days when all we had was B&W there were several articles
>in photo mags on constructing flourescent light banks which should
>not be too expensive. I have seen inexpensive "shop" lights around
>here at hardware stores.
>>From: Earl McAlan Greene <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>Subject: Re: suggestions for inexpensive indoor lighting setups
>>Date: Tue, 05 Dec 2000 13:41:52 +0000
>>Why not try flood or quartz-halogen bulbs from the hardware store? These
>>come in a variety of wattages (125-500w), as well as spot-control (degree
>>spot is sometimes marked on the box). They can be clipped anywhere.
>>Light-softening and light-reducing screens (e.g., "Roscolux") may be
>>cheaply through theatrical lighting suppliers.
>>>Subject: suggestions for inexpensive indoor lighting setups
>>>Date: Mon, 04 Dec 2000 20:40:27 -0500 (EST)
>>>I shoot 57 b/w 400 exclusively and am beginning to move indoors with
>>>portraits. Has anyone concocted an inexpensive lighting setup with
>>>success? I can't afford to run out and buy soft boxes and all that. There
>>>to be an alternative to skylights, freezing or 2 second exposures and neck
>>>(please excuse cross posting)
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