New studio lights
The one thing I hated about my studio:
The lights. These ridiculously dim lights allowed you to walk around without stubbing your toe, but that was about all they were good for. For painting, or reading, or pretty much anything else, more light was desperately needed.
I set up a couple of workshop lights, those bright-yellow halogen-lamp things, aimed at the ceiling. The bounced light allowed me to work in the studio, but they were very hot. Not to mention inconvenient to turn each one on and off manually. Plus they took up valuable floorspace. It allowed me to work, but it was clearly a temporary solution.
This week I finally had some REAL lights installed. Ta da!
Daylight-balanced fluorescent lights. LOTS of them!
Light now floods every square inch of my studio. The space looks bigger with all this light. Even the corners are well-lit, which had previously faded away in the dim shadows.
With a flip of a single switch I am ready to work. Ahh, lovely.
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