Washes, Spots, Beams: Varied Options Key For Your Lighting Rig
With the available choices of fixtures to consider, they will help make your lighting system come alive and will add a dimension of creativity that will open many possibilities for you as a designer.
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I like them again flown or ground supported on the stage. I especially like them on the stage for what they can do for aerial effect.
Stunning looks can be created with these fixtures that will add incredible light to your designs. Some manufacturers have a mid-range and top range fixture in the hybrid model.
Differences between models within the ranges, of course, are price point and features. Top end models will pull in a CMY color mix module and often a zoom range. The hybrid will not typically be your finesse fixture like a spot/profile would, but I find it to be a very versatile fixture in a ministry environment to put on top of a good foundation.
Each of these types of fixtures will help make your lighting system come alive and will add a dimension of creativity that will open many possibilities for you as a designer. They represent a broad range of features and price points, so it’s important to know how you want to use them and what your expectations are for what they will give you so the proper fixture can be selected.
Have some fun, do some research, and dream about what these tools can do for you and how they can positively impact you worship experience!
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, January-February 2018
The January-February 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about the many steps a church had to take in the aftermath of a fire, and another involving a church making the jump to 4K.