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An Experiment in Lighting-Part 2
Because there's always room for improvement.
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Ok, before everyone tells me it's too dark, I'd like to say that it is dark on purpose.
I thought it gave it a nighttime feel, as though those were skylights letting in the moonlight.


I tried to take peoples' advice on this one, please let me know if it turned out well or not.




I used a different set-up on this, as you can see, I had to use more than one lamp.


I also had to build that wall to prevent the yellow light from reaching anywhere but the door.


Here is my way of changing the color of the light. A dome taped onto the lamp, laugh all you want, but it works.


Please let me know if this is better than the old one.



Comments

" Luke "
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masterchief 1
  December 16, 2008
Thats a clever idea for changing the light colour!
  December 16, 2008
It really worked
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  December 16, 2008
I wouldn't say that this is better than the other one, but rather it has a different taste to it. What did you use to steady your camera? Whatever it was, it worked well.
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  December 16, 2008
Can you check out my moc.
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  December 16, 2008
Oh man, that is awesome. I love the nighttime feel to it and the yellow light coming from the door is sweet. Well done!
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  December 16, 2008
VERY COOL, If only you could make the light thinner, but this is REALLY neat, Great work!
 
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