We all know how important lighting is in a studio. And, as I get older and my eyes get weaker, it is becoming even more important!!
The other day I purchased light bulbs but accidentally bought “daylight” versions instead of the usual “soft white”….
When I replaced a bulb in the den, it looked like I was sitting in an operating room rather than a family gathering place.
At first I was frustrated that I had bought the wrong thing but then started thinking about other places that these bulbs might work. I am sure that it comes as no surprise that my first thought was …..MY STUDIO!!!
I first replaced one of the bulbs and tried to take a photo to show the difference, but that didn’t work well. However, after I had changed three of them, I noticed the reflection in one of the tables so took that photo instead…..
LOOK how much difference it makes.
So now my studio is even brighter and I am elated!!
Is there a way that you can you brighten your work area?
4 thoughts on “The Importance of Lighting”
I should pick some up. It is dark in here. We live off grid and have very low led bulbs. Those will help.
They might really help. I was amazed at the difference!!!
I hear you! I asked for 3 lights in my hobby room and lighting guy said two would be enough. I should not have listened.
A great discovery. I love having good lights. I was able to install a commersial style light in my studio as I knew I would need good light.
You have had one of those happy accidents!