In the initial shots I was using the lights to create the look of indirect sunlight coming in through the windows, such as on a bright sunny day when the sun bounces off the ground and fills a room with soft, even light. The Quasar Tubes are 3000K and the incandescents are 2800K, so by changing the camera’s white balance to 3200K and then 3800K the light takes on a warmer look more akin to early morning or late evening when the sun’s color temperature decreases to a “warmer” value. Alternately, I was able to decrease the camera’s white balance to 2500K to make the lights appear cooler, which creates the look of a winter’s day. I was also able to warm up the incandescents by dimming them down, which lowers their color temperature. I also set out to test how far I could push the BMPCC 4K’s ISO without introducing excessive noise. I prefer shooting at the camera’s native ISO of 400, but feel that 1250 gives me pretty clean results if I need extra sensitivity during a dark scene as at that ISO I have more latitude below middle gray.