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    Different Castle Lighting

    So December 2nd I was at the park pretty late and noticed they had some different (brighter) lighting on the castle! It looked like they were getting ready to film something as they had a camera on a boom up by the castle. I actually really liked the way the castle looked so here are a few photos

    First here's a few of how it's normally lit





    and here is what it looked like








    So the only difference was really the bottom half being more white light instead of purple. Not that different but still sort of interesting.

    Last but not least just a photo of the Partners!

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    Re: Different Castle Lighting

    I'd need to see both in person to really develop a solid opinion, but I definitely like aspects of both...


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    Re: Different Castle Lighting

    wow it looks nice.

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    Re: Different Castle Lighting

    Those 4th and 5th pics are Tiggerific! (well, all of them actually...hehe)

    Thanks!

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    Re: Different Castle Lighting

    looks like they changed the lighting a bit. but it's hard to tell from just pictures.. i'd need to see it in person...
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    Re: Different Castle Lighting

    Cool pictures

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    Re: Different Castle Lighting

    Quote Originally Posted by rurounikengyrl View Post
    looks like they changed the lighting a bit. but it's hard to tell from just pictures.. i'd need to see it in person...
    It was just really bright and white light... No pretty purple and blue gels! Think big work lights beaming on the castle It was kinda cool

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    Re: Different Castle Lighting

    Quote Originally Posted by Ducktales88 View Post
    It was just really bright and white light... No pretty purple and blue gels! Think big work lights beaming on the castle It was kinda cool
    No gels on that castle, all LED lighting and dicrohic glass filters in the color changers out front, the Exterior 200s and Exterior 600s.

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    Re: Different Castle Lighting

    Quote Originally Posted by SparkyLD View Post
    No gels on that castle, all LED lighting and dicrohic glass filters in the color changers out front, the Exterior 200s and Exterior 600s.
    ooops, hehe all I know is that it's pretty no matter what!

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    Re: Different Castle Lighting

    Quote Originally Posted by Ducktales88 View Post
    ooops, hehe all I know is that it's pretty no matter what!
    That it is. For the sake of repeating myself later and/or have to say this later, just for those that might want to know. The lighting on the actual castle itself consists of:

    ColorKinetics CB12s (ColorBlast 12s)
    ColorKinetics CC 14s (ColorCast 14s)
    Diversitronic Finger Strobes

    Currently for the snow lighting:
    LED lighting strands
    New Generation LED strobes.

    Around the outside of the castle and in the hub:

    In the boxes:
    Vari-Lite VL3000 Spots (used to be Martin MAC 2000 Profiles) in EchoDomes.

    Around the mote:
    M
    artin Exterior 600s in the trees on poles
    Martin Exterior 200s next to the boxes
    Birket Systems
    SC-001QD Strobes (Strobe-Briks)

    Now that i have fried your brain with techie babble, im going to stop.


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    Re: Different Castle Lighting

    nice pics, but i don't see the difference
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    Re: Different Castle Lighting

    someone told me they were lighting it for the filming of the "good morning america" segment

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    Re: Different Castle Lighting

    nice pics, but i don't see the difference
    Really? Look at the normal dark, purplish lighting on the lower half and compare it to the brighter, less purplish lighting in the later pictures.


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