i combined both lens (20k+15k) from each of the manufacturers.
That’s correct to my knowledge. The gel filters correct for color imbalance. If you use the wrong filter, then your corals can look overly blue+actinic or overly orange+yellow+red (assuming you’re using such filters under actinic lighting).not a pro here but here's a video comparison. the main point is that the poly lab filters out more of the blue when both lens are combined in my light setting. i think the results from these filter lens are also directly related to your light setting
That’s an awesome set of filters! Have you played around with them? I assume so.I work for a LED display company and we use these filters to identify the correct color space and color temperature (i.e. the specific magenta of t mobile, the correct color temperature during filming for cnn, and the right type of blue for Ford). Periodic we use these as baseline and prototype, various shades of RGB, and more importantly orange/yellow in this hobby.
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As an FYI, the Orphek lenses are made with optic glass, the others are all plastic.Just got the orphek kit in. Only had time to open and snap a few photos until I had to leave. But first impression is very similar to the other except I like the case it comes in and the lens clip is completely open which is better for my iPhone 11 Pro.
I’ll take some coral shots later tonight.
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