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In this Behind The Scenes video Mark explains why adding a blue gel to a tungsten light warms it up instead of cooling it off. Mark gives a very brief explanation of warm and cool colors.
13 May 2010
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20 Oct 2009
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In this episode Mark Wallace discusses how different sources of light affect the colors of your photographs. Mark explains color temperature and white balance, and demonstrates how you can get the most accurate color in your images.
10 May 2010
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This episode shows how Mark and the gang used a Manfrotto Magic Arm to hold an iPad for an upcoming product review.
8 Nov 2010
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With its rapid scan rate, the Ocean FX spectrometer can detect flicker effects and fast color cycling in lighting. We investigate wavelength oscillation frequencies in fluorescent bulbs. Learn more light flicker effects on human health at oceanopticsdotcom/lighting-effects-health/
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In this episode of the Shirtless Apprentice, Matt covers the basics of color temperature and white balancing for internet video. Whether you follow his simple instructions on using your consumer camera's white balancing function, or you purchase warm white balancing cards, this episode's tips can really improve the production values of all of your video endeavors.
26 Sep 2007
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We all have watched videos that need some help. Learn about color temperature, diffused light, tripods, and common mistakes people make that are easy to fix.
4 Dec 2008
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CLICK *******tinyurl****/ydur6mh FOR BEST REVIEWS AND PRICES Discover a flat panel so revolutionary, so pure, so powerful, television will never look the same. Experience seeing and hearing like never before with the new Pioneer Elite® KUROTM PRO-111FD. Experience high-definition in the most complete, detailed form available today, on this stunning 1080p Elite Flat Panel Television. The next generation in flat-panel televisions has arrived. Built with the highest resolution (1920 x 1080p), the new Elite KURO PRO-111FD offers an entertainment experience of unequaled measure. Delivering even more powerful, industry leading black levels than its predecessor, the new KURO surpasses anything previously thought possible with a five times improvement in black level performance. The new Elite KURO provides added depth and dimension, richer colors and more pristine detail to everything you see, hear and feel. Engineered for the ultimate experience in sight and sound, this revolutionary new flat panel harnesses technology designed to attain perfection. Our goal, to provide an unmatched HD experience that surpasses the standards of flawlessness no matter what you watch. With the brains of an all-new Optimum Mode setting, this incredibly intelligent television can seamlessly monitor content and room light conditions, including color temperature, all the while analyzing and finely adjusting both audio and video settings for an incomparable experience. Suddenly, sports, movies and news appear different, more real, more authentic, just as they were intended and in the most faithful and pristine way, never before seen and right in the comfort your own home. The Elite KURO is a dream come true. For our most discerning entertainment connoisseurs, the Elite KURO is equipped to go beyond the standard set of audio and video settings. Further flexibility and distinct user settings can be finely tuned and set using the ISFcccTM calibration feature for both daytime and nighttime viewing. "BUY Pioneer Elite KURO PRO 111FD" "Pioneer Elite KURO PRO 111FD SHOP" "Pioneer Elite KURO PRO 111FD" "Pioneer Elite KURO PRO 111FD review" "Pioneer PRO 111FD" "Pioneer Elite KURO" "Pioneer Elite KURO PRO 111FD ratings" "best prices HDTV" "lowest Pioneer Elite KURO PRO 111FD" "cheapest Pioneer PRO 111FD" "Pioneer Elite KURO SERIES" "Pioneer PRO 111FD PRICE" CLICK *******tinyurl****/ydur6mh FOR BEST REVIEWS AND PRICES
21 Dec 2010
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24 Apr 2010
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The Princeton Tec Ultimate Dive Set includes The Shockwave II Light which is the Incandescent version of the Shockwave LED - 8 C-Cells. The light has a 4 hour burn time on high and a 10 hour burn time on low. The light brightness rating is 295 Lumens. The Shockwave II Light will give the diver more visibility in daylight because of warmer color temperatures and a more focused beam. It also includes the Torrent Xenon Light has the same body style as the Torrent LED. This light has a 5 hour burn time and has 115 Lumens. The Princeton Tec Torrent Xenon Light is a great daytime lobster light. Last but not least the Eco Flare is a vital part of any night diver´s gear list. It can be used as a tank marker on continuous burn or as a single ultra bright red marker for boats, ascent lines and emergencies. The Princeton Tec Eco Flare will supply you with up to 500 hours of marking.
25 Jan 2011
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*******www.NashuaVideoTours**** - When shooting real estate video tours, especially interiors, the quality of the light is what makes the difference between a poor to average video tour and an exceptional one. Contrary to what most Realtors like ("shoot in the middle of the day with bright sun and blue sky"), that is actually the worst time of day to shoot a home! The difference between the (cooler) color temperature and high intensity of the light outdoors, contrasted with the much darker and warmer (orange) color temperature of the light indoors, makes shooting interior video extremely difficult. And the results are mixed at best. During the winter months when the sun is very low in the sky all day and is also reflecting off of the white snow is even more difficult - and sometimes impossible! Shooting on an overcast day or at dusk creates a much more pleasant blend of interior and exterior light. The light is soft and indirect, unlike during the middle of the day. Instead of blown out, white windows, you can see through the windows to the outside view. The ambient light inside the home is much more beautiful than dealing with harsh, streaming sunlight coming through windows, washing out all of the colors. Too bright highlights and dark shadows can make for an unpleasant look. Shooting after dark actually removes all traces of that super bright, cooler, outdoor sunlight and the results can be stunning. Throw in a roaring fireplace and some well placed lit candles, and you can have a video tour that really stands out from the pack! Granted, it's not always possible or practical to specifically choose when you shoot video for a home, but if it's possible to make that choice, choose a time that will show off your listing in it's best possible light! Real estate video tours and photography by *******www.NashuaVideoTours****
16 Mar 2011
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cfl light bulbs coupons - visit: *******www****pactfluorescentusa****/ CompactFluorescentUSA**** Expands their CFL Bulb Offerings to Give Consumers More Lighting Options for the Spring and Summer Months Consumers today are looking for environmentally friendly lighting solutions that will reduce their lighting costs while helping to save the planet too. CFL (compact fluorescent) bulbs are by and large the most widely used environmentally light sources used today. CFL bulbs are available in nearly every shape that halogen and incandescent bulbs are, but use roughly one quarter of the wattage and produce little to no heat. CFL bulbs produce a diffuse light that provides any space with a highly usable and diffuse light that creates a uniform light coverage ideal for general illumination. In order to aid consumers in finding the best CFL bulbs for them, CompactFluorescentUSA**** has expanded their catalog of CFL bulbs to include the most technologically advanced CFL bulbs in all shapes, wattages, and color temperatures from the most trusted names in lighting including Osram, Philips, GE, Platinum, Ushio, and more. Since the beginning of their use, consumers have been concerned that CFL bulbs do not produced adequate color quality. In a recent interview, one of CompactFluorescentUSA****'s lighting experts addressed this fear of consumers, "Consumers weary of the light quality of CFL bulbs are often reacting to their experiences with older fluorescent lamps or commercial lighting, in which the light is often too blue and renders color poorly. Today's CFL bulbs are much better. In a recent study in New Zealand called the 'RightLight Challenge', researches set out to test whether people could really see the difference between CFL bulbs and incandescent bulbs. The answer was clear. Out of 850 people, nearly 70% reported they could not tell the difference between CFL light and incandescent light when placed inside rooms with identical incandescent and CFL fixtures." For the approaching spring and summer months, CFL bulbs are a very smart investments for home and business owners. Unlike halogen and incandescent bulbs, CFL bulbs produce almost zero heat, keeping your space cool. Consumers should remember that incandescent light sources spend more energy produce heat than light are therefore much less efficient than CFL bulbs are. The added efficiency of CFL bulbs means that consumers will save on air conditioning costs and will also save on bulb replacing their bulbs as they will need less replacements bulbs than they would using incandescent bulbs. CompactFluorescentUSA****'s website is designed to provide consumers with the product information consumers need to make an informed decision on which CFL bulb is right for them. CompactFluorescentUSA**** has a team of lighting experts to answer lighting questions and address technical concerns. For more information, visit: www****pactfluorescentUSA****.
15 Jun 2011
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