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  1. I have a small 18" x 24" window on a door where daylight spills through. I would like to gel this window so it looks like one of two things; either moonlight or late sunset. I realize those are two very distinctly different color pallets and aesthetics; however, I am open to either or trying both. Is using an ND enough to create a moonlight look? Thank you Peter
  2. Hello, I'm wondering if anyone has ideas of getting a subtle blue moonlight feel through a window. We are shooting a Christmas tree in the corner of a room with a window behind and to the side. It's a day shoot so we have to make a tent outside the window. I'm trying to figure out what light I can use for this look. It would have to be small enough to run on house power and be within the confines on the tented in area. Any suggestions? Thanks Michael
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