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06/17/2004 12:43:45 PM · #1
After a number of considerations, I've decided to go with fluorescent lighting for a small product photography studio I'm putting together. I've found many studio light sets online but they're all halogen or tungsten based. Does anyone know of a good source for fluorescent studio lighting? I saved this photo awhile back but can no longer locate the source. This is the sort of setup I'm looking for. Thanks.


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06/18/2004 12:09:14 AM · #2
Andorama has a few, not exactly as the one in your pic tho. Unfortunately over my budget :( Try this link

06/18/2004 02:33:54 PM · #3
I used to work for a company that produced full-spectrum CFL (compact fluorescent) lightbulbs. They are made to better represent the sun's light spectrum. They have a fantastic white light.
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