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    I suggest Kodak EPY 64 (tungsten). Take care with color temperature; Kodak EPY is 3200 K, Fuji 64T is 3100 K.
    sergio caetano

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    I usually use two strobes with plain reflectors and modeling lights at 45 degrees to the work. I check the center and the corners with a flash meter and a flat diffuser.

    I wouldn't cross polarize for work that doesn't have much texture. For something like a heavily textured oil painting, polarization might be desirable.

    I usually prefer EPN for accurate color with copy work.
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    EPN is the best film if you need correct gray tones with flashlight or other light with 5500Kelvin!
    But it is an old film with not so fine grain then todays films!

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    EPY is the best color film made. For anything. EPY and Azo are the best products Kodak manufactures for the photographic artist. There are no green boxes around here. Big Yellow rules!

    (But please don't take my word for it. Until they went to scanning digital backs, the National Gallery of Art used EPY to photograph all their art work. If they're not experts, who is?)

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