Stage & Studio

Stage & Studio

Lighting is the science behind a wonderful work of art that helps to tell a story or highlight a performance. It’s about the right brightness, contrast, colour, and shadows that build up emotion.

Stage lighting is used to illuminate a performance or event on a stage, such as in theatre productions, concerts, dance performances, and other live events. The lighting design for a stage is critical to creating the mood, tone, and atmosphere of the performance. Stage lighting typically includes various types of lights such as spotlights, floodlights, and backlights that are controlled by a lighting designer to highlight performers, set pieces, and props, as well as to create different colours, patterns, and effects.

Studio lighting, on the other hand, is used to light up a studio or a set for film, television, or photography. Studio lighting is used to achieve a specific look or style that is appropriate for the subject being filmed or photographed. Studio lighting typically involves a combination of different types of lights such as key lights, fill lights, and rim lights that are used to control the amount, direction, and quality of the light. Studio lighting can be adjusted to create different moods, atmospheres, and effects, and is often used to create specific lighting setups for interviews, product shots, and other types of shoots.


  • HMI
  • HTI
  • MSR
  • MSD
  • PAR56 & PAR64
  • Halogen 


  • Television 
  • Film
  • Photographic Studios
  • Theatres
  • Intelligent Lighting
  • Disco
  • Show lighting
  • Concert Lighting
  • Convention Centres
  • Musicals
  • Exhibitions
  • Entertainment
  • Architectural 

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