Tips to minimize pupils in dark 'studio'?

Started Oct 9, 2010 | Discussions thread
kbhartman
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Re: Tips to minimize pupils in dark 'studio'?
In reply to Barrie Davis, Oct 9, 2010

Your comments are informative, convincing and interesting.

As an American, many years ago I 'learned' that dilated pupils gave the appearance of our models appearing ditzy - no other explanation. However pin-point or whatever term you used was not the goal, but a pupil size commensurate with ordinary daylight.

Does anyone have knowledge of pupil sizes and their effect on observers. What were you taught?
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