lighting. Saturday , October 07th , 2017 - 11:38:59 AM
A basic rule of thumb when it comes to spacing: lights that are four inches big should be about four feet apart and lights that are six inches big should be about six feet apart. Consider centering your recessed lighting around the object you want to illuminate. For example, if you have a lovely sculpture on display, group the recessed lights around that sculpture and adhere to the rule listed just before this. You should also buy enough lights that you can light up the object from several different angles. This will ensure you and your guests can clearly see the object from all angles and there are no shadows cast.
Keep in mind that when searching for the right lighting effect, there are a number of price options that can help you reach your goals. Be mindful that there are rental options available for very high end lighting that may be an appropriate way to satisfy your trade show budget constraints.
A lumen (lm) is the measure of luminous flux (light in transit), which is defined as light power as perceived by the human eye. When the metric area over which luminous flux is spread is taken into account, the SI measurement of illuminance, or lux (lx), is used. Alternately, when non-metric (foot) area is calculated, the non-SI footcandle (fc) unit is used to measure illuminance. Mathematically, one lux equals one lumen per square meter, or 1 lx= 1 lm/m2. Conversely, one footcandle equals one lumen per square foot, or 1 fc = 1 lm/ft2. Finally, one footcandle is approximately equal to 10.764 lux.
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