Indoor Photography Compact Fluorescent Bulbs: When taking photographs indoors by artificial light,
you need to make a decision about color quality. Most
color films are designed for daylight, this light is very blue and
incandescent (halogen) lamps are redder, photographs taken with
artificial lamps on daylight film will have a nice warm overall tone.
Most people should adjust their computer monitor color-temperature
to "sRGB" or "6500K", as this is what todayâ€™s digital cameras, website graphics and DVDs videos are normally designed for.
Best Color CFL for Digital Photography: Although a lot of people recommend 5600 Kelvin for daylight film, new digital cameras are designed to operate in an artificial lighting of 6500 Kelvin.
â€śDaylight Bulbsâ€ť have a wide spectrum and may vary
greatly, but the standard is about 6500 Kelvin. Our range of
lamps all have a color temperature between 5000K and 6500k. These CFL lamps are excellent for doing studio work and when using light tents.