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Old 08-01-2006, 07:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just developing myself as a photgrapher so pardon the amateurish questions. I love to shoot glamour stuff indoors in the evening. Big problems is lighting...photos trurn out orange...I have a f1.8 50 mm Canon lens but it does not allow for full length shots well. I dont have studio lighting and so if i want to shoot in the room, whaty kind of lens and what kind of lighting is best for those kind of shoots? help
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Orange pictures are the result of shooting under primarily incandescent lights. If you have a digital camera, change your white balance to incandescent. If you have a film camera, add a blue filter to your lens.

I better suggestion would be to shoot near a window. Use the window light as your main light and put a white piece of cardboard, foamcore or a reflector for some fill light,

If you're looking for a step toward studio lights, but don't have the budget yet ... try taking a flash (the kind that normally sits on toip of your camera) and put it on a light stand. Connect it to the camera with a PC sync cord and bounce the light from the flash off the wall, a reflector or use an unbrella.
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