So, you are all set to get your house remodeled and you have given a detailed thought about how the rooms will be decorated and what the lights will be. You have seen that the recent trend is for LED lights and you have gone with the trend. But, what if you have a party in your house and the lights just do not do justice for indoor photography? Lights can either light up a room or make it look extremely dull. You would definitely not want your room to be the latter. So, while choosing LED lights, you need to be extra careful as to which combination will be best according to the color of the room and if that light is suitable for photography or not. In fact, there are numerous LED photography lights that are selling like hot cakes these days. They look amazing after installation and they can be controlled according to the type of photography you are doing. Evaluating the color of the LED is a very tricky thing. Depending on the color of the room you should consider choosing the lights. There are several other factors that decide which LED photography light will be best.
Dim lights have a different color temperature than bright bulbs. There are many LED lights that provide incandescent lighting. This will give a rather lower color temperature and all the photos will look warmer with a light yellowish tinge. However, the color temperature will not be such that the photos will look as if they have been shot in sepia mode. One benefit of using incandescent LED lights is that they use less power and are more energy efficient. Also, when you are planning to buy LED lights for a single room where there will be more photographic activities or maybe even for the studio, always make sure that they are of the same color. Apart from incandescent lights, you can also choose daylight lights. These have the perfect balance of brightness and color temperature. It is also best for rooms where there is already enough sunlight and you need more light to shoot. However, these lights will use more power and energy.
Diffusion of lights
The way an object is shot in a room depends on the softness of light from the LED bulbs. The LED lights that you choose should have more diffusion so that the photos have a professional look. Normal lights have a lower diffusion and as a result the photos that you take will have a harsher effect. The lights with low diffusion rate will avoid any specular or harsh shadows. So far, photographers have used diffusion sheets, but these may not work at tough angles. That is why when you are planning to buy LED lights for photography purposes, always check whether they conform the diffusion properties. But, do not confuse diffusion LED lights with incandescent bulbs. Both have different features although they may seem to be close. These lights will have different power according to the light you need.