Low-Key Lighting

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Low-Key Lighting

In film, lighting that provides contrast between the light and dark areas of a scene, creating the impression of shadow. It is used to create the mood of suspense or mystery and may be used in marketing campaigns.
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Further expansion of the ambient lighting business due to synergy effects produced in combination with existing businesses
Too much will compete with the ambient lighting. Keeping a clear contrast between the two helps move the eye of the customer and keeps them walking through the store.
Individual pieces were perched on a series of high tables with white tops and unfinished wooden legs and illuminated with flat ambient lighting; the room resembled less a gallery than a tidy workshop with a baker's dozen projects seemingly just completed.
"Connection" implies both physical surroundings - placement, ambient lighting - and also the cultural environment of a monument and of its beholder, his or her social, psychological, spiritual situation.
So in addition to providing a mid-cycle refresh for the TL with such differences as a larger satin chrome grille, separate fog lights, mirrors with LED turn signals, a three-spoke steering wheel, new headrests, blue ambient lighting for the footwell and the console, new aluminum door trim, and even a new engine cover, they decided to bring back the Type-S after a three-year absence.
Light Level: A photoluminescent system requires ambient lighting to be effective.
It relies on color contrast, making it resistant to ambient lighting effects.
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