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What background should you use with coloured gels? Grey or white?

This is another one of those questions I get asked a lot: ‘Should I be using a white or grey background with coloured gels?’ As with so many things in photography, the answer isn’t always as simple as you might think. In this article I show you a recent lighting test where I fired a […] The post What background should you use with coloured gels? Grey or white? appeared first on DIY Photography.
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