LED Lighting Used in Orthodox Christmas Service
Feb 4, 2011 Moscow based lighting rental company Light Logic supplied Robe LEDWash 600 and ColorWash 1200 moving lights for the Orthodox Christmas Ceremonial Service held at the Cathedral of Christ The Saviour in Moscow on January 7th, attended by President of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Medvedev.
Lighting for this exceptionally high profile event was designed by Light Logic's Dmitry Velikanov, who took the opportunity to utilise some of their newly purchased ROBIN LEDWash 600 fixtures, along with the workhorse ColorWash 1200E ATs.
The Robes were positioned all around the second level galleries of the magnificent Cathedral, the most prominent in central Russia, rebuilt from the ground up in the 1990s after the original was destroyed in 1931. The lights were about 8 metres above the congregation and the action below.
The 36 LEDWash 600s and 40 x ColorWash 1200E ATs were used to illuminate the audience and enhance the light levels for the cameras, as well as to highlight the fabulous architecture, which includes some intricate gold pattern work.
The excellent range of whites produced by the LEDWash 600 (from 2700K - 8000K) were perfect for the job. All the moving lights were controlled by a WholeHog 3 console.
Author: BIO T&T
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