I live in a basement apartment and receive limited amounts of usable natural, outdoor light. It didn't take long to notice the great difference between natural and artificial light when evaluating prints. The thing to do would be to install some sort of full-spectrum light that would allow me to evaluate my prints under the right kind of light.
So, the question is; what do people use for this purpose? I Googled "full spectrum lighting" and got lots of hits from companies that sell full-spectrum light therapy systems. Those may work, but maybe full-spectrum for therapeutic purposes isn't the same as for evaluating prints. I don't know.
Any suggestions on systems, especially if they won't bankrupt an amateur (not a pro), would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance,