1) What is meant by/the difference between Photolamp (3400K) and Tungsten (3200K)? (besides the obvious difference in Kelvin temperature) what is considered photolamp?
2)Does anyone know what the ISO setting (for tungsten lights) is using Kodak Ultra ISO 400 film? I checked the Kodak website and didn't find the answer.
3)Also, I recently used Kodak HIE film pushed to an ISO setting of 400 and shot under incandescent lights using my Canon speedlite 200E flash and a red filter (#25 I believe) and I got a strange effect. The model I photographed was wearing a black velvet skirt and the skirt came out a shiny WHITE color. No other object on the film came out this way either. Has anyone had this experience? Can anyone explain this?
4) Has anyone used expired 35 mm film? If the film truly is damaged, what sort of results should I expect? (I'm asking in regard to expired slide film and color negative film )
5) I plan on experimenting with a bunch of colored light bulbs along with a black light in front of either a white or black backdrop. What speed film should i use? anyone have any tips regarding aperture/shutter settings?
Thanks to anyone who responds. I appreciate it.