Some very good points, and I agree with you,
especially how lighting affects the color of foods,
etc. While eyes can compensate to a certain degree
there are simply limits to what the eyes can do under
a variety of conditions such as.
Do you have a recommendation as to which light works
best for the types of comparisions trying to be made?
I know that the halogen type lights used in track
lighting systems are very close to the spectrum of
sunlight - would they be viable?
I'm currently checking my roasts using a halogen bulb
in a MagLite as someone else on the list has stated
they do. Since I too roast in the evening that gives
me a good bright light to check the progress of the
roast under, although I do notice a difference in
using the MagLite in the garage and then observing the
bean color under the flourescents, even though they
are spectrum corrected.
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