Lighting. Friday , September 21st , 2018 - 15:57:56 PM
An object's colors act as discriminate reflectors meaning they will only reflect their own color. The reason why we can see all the colors present in the objects around us is because white light contains all the colors of the visible spectrum of colors, so it highlights them all. This concept of how light works becomes important when we want to highlight something in a certain way. For instance let's say we have a red rose with a green leaf. If the rose was lighted with only a red light the green leaf would appear to have no color or it would appear to be black. This concept could also be flipped the other way in lighting the rose with a green light the red rose would appear to have no color or look black. Remember if the color isn't in the light source you won't see it in the object being lighted. When we look at the color light spectrum there are colors that are weak at certain points and stronger at others. If you have a light source that is stronger in any one color or colors it will tend to emphasize those colors and mask the other colors present.
For businesses where lights are in continuous use all year round LED is an obvious lighting choice. Long life ensures maintenance costs are low and the initial cost of replacing lamps is offset by substantial energy savings during the lifetime of the bulb. A high profile example of this is John Lewis' decision in November 2012 to turn its back on ceramic metal halide lamps and install LEDs throughout its new Ipswich branch.
Copper garden lights are a good way to complement a lighting layout that includes unique or artistic features such as statuary, fountains, wishing wells, and so forth. To keep the copper finish shiny and like new, you can protect it from the elements with a coat of clear lacquer. If however you want the copper to achieve a weathered, natural appearance, just leave it as is and let the forces of nature take its course. After some time exposed to the elements, the finish will eventually change into a blue-green "verdigris" sheen that has an elegant and vintage appeal.
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