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Color ... What do you like for front wash ?

Discussion in 'Live Sound [BG]' started by 4Mal, Dec 6, 2013.

  1. 4Mal

    4Mal Supporting Member

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    Just askin'. I'm new to the lighting game and hoping to climb the ramp up to simple quickly...

    thx, Mal
  2. KeithAlanK

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    Halogen/tungsten or LED?

    If quality photographs of your band in clubs are important to you, avoid entry-level LED lights.
    The cheap stuff has awful colors that don't play well with digital cameras.
    Because they actually flicker (too fast to see) what you see with your eyes is NOT what you capture.

    All the white-balance adjustments in the world won't save you.
  3. Joe Louvar

    Joe Louvar

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    #02 Bastard Amber
  4. JohnMCA72

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    Changing, depending on the mood you're trying to set.
  5. gareth dunster

    gareth dunster

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    Violet always looks good to me, if I had to choose one colour only. It reflects well off chrome, makes people look good, looks a bit techy, hides nasty stuff and gives usefull light to work. by.

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