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The bigger problem will be getting even coverage. You typically expose the background one stop higher unless you want blowback on the subject. Even a small strobe can expose a background to pure white with a large enough aperture setting. So the answer is a qualified yes.
There are details... Flash is rated as watt seconds (electrical energy input). A continuous light is only useful for photography while the shutter is open. Watts is its rate of energy. A 250 watt continuous bulb through a one second shutter is 250x1 = 250 watt seconds, but at 1/100 second is 250x1/100 which is only 2.5 watt seconds. Huge difference. The ...
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