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Halden

Hi Mate

 

I think in order to have your spot lights work with your daylight environment ,i suggest you to use some dark color bulbs or cover the spot lights with the dark color.Otherwise sun day light would cover all your spotlights which you cannot see even when they were on.:)

 

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Cad64

If you cover the lights, how are you going to see them? :?

And if you use dark colored bulbs, they won't cast normal, natural light :huh:

 

In order to see lights, while using the daylight system, you have to ramp up the intensity, as I have already explained.

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funk

Yeh I have not really tried to set the spot lights to contrast the Sunlight system so as to see the spot lights, but it seems it is just a case of using photometric lights for starters, and then focusing on intensity. This worked well for me.

 

Cheers for the advice but :)

I f there's something I have learned its that there is usually more than one way to achieve the results you want so I'll have a look at it.

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markdavis709

Hi,

Thanks for all the information guys.

I am beginner at this work and all your suggestions are very helpful for me.

:)

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