Lowel Blender LED Lights Office w/ Indirect Daylight & Tungsten





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Uploaded on Mar 7, 2011

Lowel Blender inventor Tom Robotham uses 2 LED Blenders to light a student in an office. This video segment is from a lesson at Lowel's Lighting Resource Center, Lowel EDU (http://www.lowel.com/edu)

- This was a more involved setup, and different options were explored. Pay attention to how the lighting gets tweaked as things get set up.

- Location has mixed ambient sources, daylight and tungsten. They will be reinforced by 2 Blenders.

- The first Blender is placed on far-side front desk corner, with only tungsten color being used. It extends the light from the desk lamp, to wrap more around the sub- jects face. A diffuser is added.

- The second Blender is postitoned high behind the subject, to add subtle fill to dark areas around his back & shoulders. It is mostly low-level daylight, but at the end a little tungsten is added to the mix to enhance reality. A Cracked Ice Diffuser is added, to make the output of the beam appear more realistic.

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