I have two striplights softboxes I use with Elinchrom D-lites.
A smallish cheap on.
And a Larger Lastolite one.
Unfortunately the Colour/white balance of the small cheap one is significantly bluer than the larger one.
Rather than doshing out for a new/another striplite I thought I might have a go at correcting it - i.e. stick a coloured filter/gel in it.
Does anybody know how or the values I'd use for doing this ?
I have a grey cardm and imagine it should be able to measure it's RGB values at a certain WB value. Just not sure how I'd then match this to, say a certain Lee Filter to correct it.
Any thoughts ?
I've mailed Lee Filters but no reply as yet.
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