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Frage von Candida:


Hello,

I got for my birthday a head light of Litepanels. It is the Micro Pro lamp. With this three-slide (; 1xOrange (; vigorously), 1x Orange were (and nearly transparent) and 1x Milky (; as for the bathroom window).

Since it is my first head light, I'm on the operating range of the individual slides are not so sure.

(; Milky to make the light softer? Orange for the light to daylight (; fit sun) see at? Without filter to indoors with (artificial, ceiling lamp) to shoot?)

Can someone help me because on the jumps?

Thank you.



Antwort von hofnarr:

Litepanels tells us the following:

Quote:
A daylight (; 5600 ° K) source, the MicroPro features an integrated filter holder to provide the ability to attach diffusers and color modifiers. Filters not being used at the time can be conveniently stored on the back of the fixture. The unit comes complete with 3 filters including: Tungsten to Daylight Conversion, ¼ CTO Warm and White Diffusion.


daylight to tungsten (; full cto) ---> convert to daylight kunstlicht (; about 3200 ° K, which is the "strong").

1 / 4 cto (; color temperature orange) ---> converts daylight to be mixed lighting (; about 4500 ° K, which is "almost transparent")

white diffusion ---> is the diffuser (; the "milky")



Antwort von beiti:

"Candida" wrote:
Orange for the light to daylight (; fit sun) see at?
After this issue, which defected as you complete the laity (; which of course is not bad), I would strongly recommend you to explain yourself a little with color temperatures and light characteristics. This helps to avoid the video films, one Mege errors. :)





Antwort von newsart:

Hello Candida

I try to help you time constructively.

Your LED lamp is designed to daylight out of the house, so about 5,600 degrees Kelvin.

If you are artificial, or about headlight light in the studio or at a television crew rotation begins, the artificial light with most of 3200 degrees Kelvin.

The lower the Kelvin number (; color temperature), the higher the amount of red light. The higher the Kelvin number, the bluer the light. Simply put!

To customize your LED lamp (; actually daylight) an artificial environment (; about light bulbs in the home or indeed the EB-phase with tungsten lights), you have to increase the red component. This are the orange-colored slides.

Now, every light casts shadows synonymous. And since in your lamp does not light a candle, but quite many LEDs together, this raises Head Light synonymous multiple shadows side by side. It can tell you, if you shine on an edge. To achieve a softer and shadowless lighting that you use the milky-white film.

But any film before swallowing the lamp intensity. Especially when in any case rather weak head light, one should consider that.

I hope this helps you fü's first next. Who is filming, in fact, should deal with very intense light. Here I am with my prescribing agree.

Best regards, Carsten



Antwort von Candida:

"newsart" wrote:
Hello Candida

I try to help you time constructively.

Your LED lamp is designed to daylight out of the house, so about 5,600 degrees Kelvin.

If you are artificial, or about headlight light in the studio or at a television crew rotation begins, the artificial light with most of 3200 degrees Kelvin.

The lower the Kelvin number (; color temperature), the higher the amount of red light. The higher the Kelvin number, the bluer the light. Simply put!

To customize your LED lamp (; actually daylight) an artificial environment (; about light bulbs in the home or indeed the EB-phase with tungsten lights), you have to increase the red component. This are the orange-colored slides.

Now, every light casts shadows synonymous. And since in your lamp does not light a candle, but quite many LEDs together, this raises Head Light synonymous multiple shadows side by side. It can tell you, if you shine on an edge. To achieve a softer and shadowless lighting that you use the milky-white film.

But any film before swallowing the lamp intensity. Especially when in any case rather weak head light, one should consider that.

I hope this helps you fü's first next. Who is filming, in fact, should deal with very intense light. Here I am with my prescribing agree.

Best regards, Carsten


Hello Carsten,

THE I call real help! (; Synonymous, but the prescribing be thanked.)

They found (; or could) I have never been concerned with the proper use of light. With your explanation everything is clear to me now ... Thank you!

Gruss

Candida




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