Flood light, English name: Flood light flood light is a point light that can be evenly illuminated in all directions, its irradiation range can be adjusted arbitrarily, in the scene in the performance of a positive eight-body icon. Floodlight is one of the most widely used light sources in the production of effect diagrams, and the standard floodlight is used to illuminate the whole scene. Multiple floodlight lights can be applied in the scene. In order to produce a better effect will be shot with a light bulb into a large reflective umbrella, for high brightness of the use of diffused light.
Although the lighting in the shed is indispensable, but for the general amateur indoor photography, can also be regarded as a good lighting effect one of the light source. Floodlights are not spotlights, projection lights, spotlights. The floodlight produces a highly diffuse, light without direction rather than a clear-cut beam, resulting in a soft and transparent shadow, the illumination of objects is much slower than when illuminated with spotlights, and even some of the light that weakens very slowly, looks like a light source that does not produce a shadow. The spotlight casts directional, boundary-clear beams illuminating a particular area.
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