Again, sorry for all the newb questions. This is what, my 5th question in 24 hours?
Anyways. I read something somewhere earlier today which suggested to me that our cyc setup is terribly incorrect. From what I think I understand from what I read, and from what I inferred, the correct way to set up our cyc is as follows. Our cyc lighting (forgive me not knowing the terminology for cyc lights) consists of 3 fixtures, with three lamps each. Each lamp has a different gel color, but the pattern is repeated on each instrument. Most cycs, especially of this limited setup (stop me if I'm wrong) should be set up with each fixture having one red lamp, one green lamp, and one blue lamp. Basically, this reflects RGB color mixing, and therefore you can create many more colors on your cyc, with only 9 lamps. Our current setup is 1/3 of our lamps aren't patched in, so I don't even know what color they are gelled, then we have our "blues" all patched together. Except it was patched incorrectly and we have 2 blues and a turquoise. Then the other 2 turquoise aren't patched in, I believe. So is it worth it for me to get some primary Red and Green gel (already have blue, though I'm not sure if it is the correct hue) and re-gel & re-patch our cyc?