Lighting. Saturday , September 22nd , 2018 - 01:29:27 AM
When you start developing your "project plan" for garden lighting, one of the first things you should consider is the type of lighting you will need in your various outdoor spaces. Task lighting is mostly functional. It's the most concentrated type of lighting. You need to install this type in areas where you want to read or carry out any form of detailed work (e.g. needlework and other craft hobbies). You may also want to install task lighting on your deck or in a work space or private area somewhere else in your garden.
Another of the reasons why LEDs are proving so popular as lights is their ability to produce color specific light. Unlike incandescent bulbs which normally require a colored lens to produce the red, blue, and green colors necessary for navigation lighting, LEDs can produce these colors naturally. This means that clear lenses can be used, resulting in a brighter navigation light without the colored lens that can reduce the fixtures overall light output. While LED navigation lights are certainly available with colored lenses for the purists out there, they simply aren't necessary and in reality reduce overall effectiveness.
Accent lighting is used mainly to highlight specific garden areas or objects, picking them out from the rest. You might want to use this type of lighting around a swimming pool or building or to light up aspects or features in your garden (e.g. a particularly attractive shrub or tree). General lighting (sometimes referred to as ambient light) fills in between task and accent lighting and is the sort of lighting you might choose to illuminate paths and work areas in your garden. For some areas you might want to use it in combination with accent lighting, switching between the two depending upon how you are using your garden. Down-lighting & up-lighting will, as the name suggests, cast light downwards or upwards. Wall lights are often used as down-lights to illuminate a flowerbed or a table that's adjacent to a wall. Up-lighting can be used to great effect in the garden under trees or statues to create special effects by profiling particular curves or angles.
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