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Edited by WokerBee at Oct 31,2022 03:03

For learners or inexperienced people, the design of stage and lighting is a complex topic. The following content will briefly understand the types of stage lighting.



Floodlights: Floodlights are mainly used for lighting.Floodlights have the characteristics of a wide range of light, soft and uniform light, and other colors can be obtained with filters. Stage lighting floodlights are generally designed as a row of lights for large-area lighting. Stage local effect lighting, using individual lamps with adjustable angle. Floodlights must not have light spots and obvious spot edge marks within the stage lighting range.

Floodlight

Floodlight


Fresnel(diffuse or flat) : Fresnel is a spotlight that carries a softer edge to them and generally covers a larger area.

Fresnel

Fresnel



spotlight: These happen to be the traditional spotlights ideal to distinguish the main performer. Spotlights are the basic lamps for stage lighting, and their lighting systems are mainly composed of concave reflections and condensers. Its characteristics are: its light spot is bright in the middle, the edge is clear, its light range is narrower than that of the floodlight, and the light intensity can be adjusted within the light range. There are two types of adjustment: light source movement and lens movement.

Spotlight

Spotlight



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