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Lighting 103: Developing a Framework

Abstract: Think about the reasons behind the color of your lights, and your palette will often take care of itself. When you are placing a light source, it's pretty normal to ask yourself, "What color should this light be?" If you step back a moment and think, the answer will often present itself. A better question to ask is, "What color would this light be?" Read more »
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