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      jasperkris
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      I know 3200 is indoor lighting. A warm orange normal house hold light. And 5600 is outdoor tungsten or sunlight. Now what throws me off is indoor lighting with fluorescent lighting. The white, long and thin lights that aren’t warm but whiteish like tungsten. What color temperature do I set my lights to to match?

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      JackWolcott
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      Look at the article in Wikipedia called “Color Temperature.” It has a very good chart that addresses your question and gives approximate CT for many other sources.

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      jasperkris
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      I know 3200 is indoor lighting. A warm orange normal house hold light. And 5600 is outdoor tungsten or sunlight. Now what throws me off is indoor lighting with fluorescent lighting. The white, long and thin lights that aren’t warm but whiteish like tungsten. What color temperature do I set my lights to to match?

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