>Off the Beaten Path>Any (studio) photobugs out there?
Needs more cowbell!
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The lighting setup I'm using right now is all mickey moused and considering I've upgraded the camera, I think I should get lights to make the most of my setup - right now I have to do all kinds of digital brightening and color correction.
Hmmm...fluorescents will add a funky color cast to your shots, though. I avoid mixing lighting types. Flash/strobes and daylight are the same color temp, whereas incandescent/tungsten are yellow-orange and fluorescent is quite green by comparison. If you shoot under fluorescent you would need to shot under entirely fluorescent to avoid "crossed curves."
You could always remove the color-cast by setting the white balance. A simple solution would be to include a white-card (or grey-card) in the first shot and use that as the basis to white-balance all the other shots.