Rosewood furniture issue

Discussion in 'Lighting and Technique' started by Kkat, Apr 6, 2012.

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    Kkat

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    Hi

    I have an issue with taking pictures of cherry color rosewood furniture.

    I want to bring out the real color of the rosewood in the photos taken in our studio, but when we take the pictures it ends up being somewhat brownish and too dark.

    When we take the pictures of the furniture outside in the daylight, the cherry color comes out and it looks correct.

    Is there a way to recreate that daylight lighting in the studio? Or is there any other options i can turn to besides continuing to take the pictures outside?

    Thanks!
     
    Kkat, Apr 6, 2012
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    maxigala

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    I am not sure if it will work out but I had kind of a similar problem and I am currently using these lamps.
    Sure it won't look it exactly the same but that's the closest I have gotten to...
     
    maxigala, Sep 4, 2014
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    Philip

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    You can use led lights in order to create day lighting in studio having good dimmer control it may work for you....
     
    Philip, Oct 21, 2014
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