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As you design a landscape, be
aware of the following basic lighting design principles.
Avoid overlighting which can produce glare and limit
primarily one type of light source (Halgen, LED, Sodium) as they
have different subtle color differences and can clash if not used
light to show what's important in a landscape like objects,
architectural details and traffic patterns.
Conceal the source of the light to enhance the effect rather than
the fixture itself.
a combination of various lighting techniques to create a more
interesting setting. These include: Moonlighting,
Silhouetting, Shadowing, Spotlighting, & Security
Decide how many lighting fixtures you will need to propertly
illuminate the area or object before you start your
Decide what type of lighting system would be the best for your
particular application. Whether that be 120 Volt/Line Voltage
System or a 12 Volt Low-Voltage System.
Decide which mounting arrangement and fixtures you will need.
The power distribution system (transformer) you choose, where you
place the fixtures and the effect you wish to create will all
determine the appropriate mounting and fixtures you will
Animal Landscape Lights
From Elizabeth Robinson of Palmdale, California on 7/11/2014.
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