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Stage lighting

Stage lighting

A scene or performance area cannot be lit in a specific way. Depending on the performance, there are many different ways to illuminate the stage. If you think about the different dramas, operas, concerts and musicals you have participated in, you will realize what lighting was used in each environment.

If you think of different places where performances are held such as the church, the theaters, outdoors, you realize that there was hardly any stage lighting. From this you will realize what is needed to illuminate a performance.

How do I create a great setting?

A fantastic setting can be set with dimmer, console and lamps that are all set and work well. When the program starts, you can arrange the lights and use the dimmers as needed in the setting and you will see how well everything works.

All this is good when the installation works well, but it is best to know how to proceed to create an even distribution of light. Each of the lamps is built according to different functions and techniques and different functional methods.

Ways to set up the lighting system

When creating an even distribution of light, you need to adjust with several luminaires. When setting up multiple luminaires, two things should be consistent lenses and fixture position. All luminaires should be hung evenly to make it easier to adjust

All fixtures must be at the same distance from the scene being lit. The luminaires must be spread evenly and horizontally at a 45 degree angle from 2 points on the front lighting. All luminaires must have the same beam angle and lenses.

The last part of stage lighting

Once all the lights have been set, focus the lights one at a time and place them in zones that are asymmetrical on both sides of the center. The lamps should overlap a few meters from each zone so that there are no dark spaces.

The top as well as the bottom of each beam will remain at approximately the same level of the stage. This can be done by tilting them or using the hatches.