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SabresfortheCupSun Apr-29-12 09:35 PM
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Thanks Art for affirming my approach... though I'm finding that nothing ever really turns out precisely as planned.

I've switched to LED's because they're a bit easier to get a hold of, and I can use a number of them spread out to distribute the light a little more evenly and then add in some resistors/a potentiometer to keep the light down.

I'm noticing however that while light-proofing has made for a much better appearance in that the decks no longer glow, the promenade on A deck and even the boat deck seems significantly darker than it should be. I haven't rigged any decklights yet, but my understanding is that those are really for show and don't provide any actual light. I'm curious as to whether anyone might have a few tips on how to accurately light these areas?



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Balanced lighting [View all] , SabresfortheCup, Thu Apr-19-12 09:08 PM
  RE: Balanced lighting, Art Braunschweiger, Apr 19th 2012, #1
RE: Balanced lighting, promenade/boat deck lighting, SabresfortheCup, Apr 29th 2012 #2

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