How the Latest Illumination Engineering Improves Your Lighting
Illumination engineering has come a long way since it was first used in films and theater productions. At one time, film and theater lights were made by using a oxyhydrogen flame pointed at quicklime. Lime lights, as they quickly became known, weren't ideal because they were very hot and made the actors uncomfortable.
The latest type of studio lighting is much superior. This is an ideal way of providing enough light without heating things up too much.
LED lights are the newest lights used in film. These are durable and do not contain a conventional filament. This means that they are much longer lasting. While the lights are more expensive to start off with, they will last for longer. They are also more resistant to being dropped because they cannot be broken easily. LED lighting also uses much less power than incandescent bulbs, which makes them cheaper to run.
Another modern type of lighting used is Halogen lighting. These bulbs last much longer than a regular incandescent bulb. They are filled with an inert gas which means that they can also reach hotter temperatures and last longer without the filament burning out. Halogen lights are ideal for use in film because they are very bright.
Illumination engineering continues to get better all the time. If you are serious about creating videos, then you will need to invest a lot of time and money to continually upgrading your lighting.