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studio lighting



I would like some advice on prefered types of lighting for a studio space.
1/2 of the studio has normal height ceilings and the other has high 18 foot
ceilings.
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>From: Paul T Werner <ptw1@IS6.NYU.EDU>
>To: BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU
>Subject: Re: BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 6 Sep 1999 to 7 Sep 1999
>Date: Wed, Sep 8, 1999, 4:34 AM
>

>Paula - thanks for all the terrific information, and forgive me the
>following nit:
>
>On Wed, 8 Sep 1999, Paula Marie Gourley wrote:
>Shakespeare & Company, the shop started by Silvia Beach, who, as we all
>know, was the woman bookseller brave enough to publish James Joyce's
>Ulysees...the bookshop is on the left bank of the Seine, facing
>Notre Dame...
>
>This is "not" Sylvia Beach's store, which was on the rue de l' Odeon. The
>present Shakespeare & Company changed it name some time in the late '60s
>or early 70s. It was originally Le Mistral, run by George Whitman, and a
>great crash-pad and meeting place for Beatniks.
>
>Nits...literally.
>
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