Perfect Art Lights

  • Studio Lighting Matters!!

    Sun, Aug 18, 19

    Studio Lighting Matters!! By: Lyn Boyer Plein air and studio oil paintings Over the years I’ve gotten questions from students repeatedly about the best way to light their studio.  I’d...

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  • How to Light Your Art Studio
    Studio lighting is one of the key factors when setting up your art studio. There are different kinds of light to choose from—including all artificial lighting to all natural lighting. Most of the time, you will need to find a way to light your studio with a mixture of both depending on your type of painting and the art studio space itself.
    How to Light Your Art Studio

    Sun, Aug 18, 19

    Proper lighting is essential Studio lighting is one of the key factors when setting up your art studio. There are different kinds of light to choose from—including all artificial lighting...

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  • What does CRI mean and why is it important?
    What do those CRI measurements mean? Simply put, the lower the CRI, the less accurate the true colors will be depicted. Therefore, if you are shining a light on a table where your food will be placed, you’d want a higher level CRI. The same goes for a piece of art—if the light shining on your painting or photo has a low CRI, the colors that you used or captured are not going to appear as you intended. The closer the CRI rating is to 100, the more the colors will appear as they would in perfect natural, true lighting.
    What does CRI mean and why is it important?

    Sun, Aug 18, 19

    Color Rendering Index or CRI Unless you are a seasoned artist, you might not truly understand or appreciate the art of lighting a room. Choosing lights for your space can...

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  • Eye Care for Artists: The Importance of Flicker Free LEDs
    For artists working in the media industry, good lighting is a necessity. When painting in a studio or outside in the sunlight or using reflectors as a light source, you will barely come across flicker problems. However, when working in a studio, a flickering light source can be quite bothersome. It might also be harmful to an artist’s eyes who is constantly exposed to flickering lights. Flicker-free LEDs can come to the rescue here.
    Eye Care for Artists: The Importance of Flicker Free LEDs

    Sun, Aug 18, 19

    Why is good lighting important? For artists working in the media industry, good lighting is a necessity. When painting in a studio or outside in the sunlight or using reflectors...

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