Anyone has an opinion on this kind of natural lightning. I've fixed up my attic for insulation reasons (that took 40 centimetres from the hight). Before the room was black. It was a proper 125 year old not maintained attic and it was snowing in.
I had set up a studio and it worked well with three 5000 K lightbulbs. but I needed my roof not to collapse so I had to fix it up.
I can set up something black behind the easel, but the test glare as it is now is not so bad. I'm aiming for the light coming from the window to the right in the picture as I'm right-handed. that way I won't get a shadow from the lefthand side window. I can turn the easel accordingly.
in general it's nice and light up there. I do have have som LEDs that I can put up. I suspect those will be trickier as I have no space from above. The angle is not quite 35
I can always just try and see how it goes, but maybe someone had that magic insight as to how to set up, or use, the best light under those circumstances. I know I'm dependant on the natural light to be consistant. That's what I liked about the bulbs back in the day. I could paint whenever I wanted and it was the same light.