a blue gel to contrast R339/broadway pink?

Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by azscanner, Apr 13, 2013.

  1. azscanner

    azscanner Member

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    Hi All,

    just looking for input on what you would use if you wanted a single blue gel to contrast R339.. this would be for dance sidelighting and front diag from box booms. R339 of course shows very bright/saturated.. is there a blue that will have similar characteristics on that end of the spectrum? and one that would make a nice lilac/purple when lit with R339?

    Thanks for input!
     
  2. jimonlight

    jimonlight Member Premium Member

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    How about some R382 with heat shield in 1K PARS as a side blast to counter the pink? I might also suggest some L181HT (definitely get the high temp color) in something at least 1K?
    If you can find something around the italian blue range that is less green (or put an italian blue AND a minusgreen in a frame) you might have some nice secondary combinations!
     
  3. kicknargel

    kicknargel Well-Known Member

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    I love me some L119.
     
  4. sk8rsdad

    sk8rsdad Well-Known Member Premium Member Fight Leukemia

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    I like R370. It blends to white with R339. R376 might suit too.
     
  5. jglodeklights

    jglodeklights Well-Known Member

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    AP4300 should mix ruddy with it, and 4450 should go more neutral as it is significantly less red (meaning green).
     
  6. derekleffew

    derekleffew Resident Curmudgeon Senior Team Premium Member

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    R339 and L116 look awesome together, from different angles, but doubt they'd mix with each other all that well. R79, 80, 74, 84, L118, 119, 120 would probably be a better mix.
     

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