Colored walls in a photo studio?

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  1. Derrel

    Derrel Mr. Rain Cloud

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    I painted my old garage walls and ceiling a nice, lightish gray color. Worked out very well...a lot less accidental bounce than white, yet EASY to "lift" to white by applying light to the gray, or to drive down to black by keeping light OFF of the walls...I personally would prefer gray instead of white in a studio setting. Gray is also neutral, and does not cause accidental color-tinging from light that reflects off of it.


     
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    Thanks for all of your thoughts!

    I think I will go ahead and leave them white for now, and do as Joe suggested and cover them with some art! I've got many frames that could use a good paint job and print inside. :) Maybe the purple will go someplace else. :)
     
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