Rashmi Jameela. lamps. July 28th , 2017.
When choosing a lampshade, it's generally best to select one that has soft curves instead of sharp angles. Angular lampshades are more likely to create an uneven distribution of light, thus increasing the possibility of shadows. Sharp edges of any kind can also be detrimental to the flow of positive energy within a room.
This means that as one moves away from a given light fixture, illuminance decreases drastically. For example, consider an incandescent light bulb that is rated at 300 lm. Standing one meter away from this light bulb, one obtains an illuminance of 300 lux (300 lx= 300 lm/1 m2). However, if one moves away from that light bulb an additional 2 meters (i.e., 3 meters total), illuminance changes to just 33 lux by the inverse square law (33 lx= 300 lm/3 m2).
Creating a canopy like scenario using big bulbs. Its such a simple thing to do, and it looks amazing in the photos!
Direct sunlight is best for seedlings, but cold weather and shortened days of daylight may limit the amount of light you can provide naturally. Seedlings need a minimum of 12 hours of sunlight a day, 14-16 hours is optimal.
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