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    I'm in Calumet tomorrow so I'll buy some blue filter and fit it across the lens. Then test as suggested by PE.


    Quote Originally Posted by epig View Post
    If I recall, paper has an ISO rating around 1-2. Also paper is blue and green sensitive (for multicontrast) and quartz lights have very little of those colors in it's spectrum, so you'll need to extend your exposure to compensate. You might try a tunsten to daylight conversion filter either on the light or on the lens.

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    Don't ask the same guy that said tungsten gives high blue.
    Heavily sedated for your protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Koehrer View Post
    Don't ask the same guy that said tungsten gives high blue.
    that guy was in chicago,
    i think he will be OK

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    <------ think so! :-)

    thanks.

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