An electric light designed to produce a broad, relatively diffused beam of light.
General term for an artificial light source which provides a constant and continuous light. Usually a tungsten-filament lamp mounted in a reflector. (see Blonde & Redhead)
Artificial light source with a dish shaped reflector and a 125-500+ watt tungsten filament lamp producing evenly spread illumination over the subject.
Radiates a diffused, scattered blanket of light with soft, indistinct shadows. Best used to spread illumination on broad areas, whereas spotlights focus on individual subjects.
A fixture designed to "flood" a well-defined area with light.
A lighting instrument that throws a wide, unfocused beam of light, "flooding" an area with illumination.
light that is a source of artificial illumination having a broad beam; used in photography
illuminate with floodlights
a light source that illuminates the area within a cone
an aimable luminaire generally employed for spot or wide-angle lighting
A luminaire used to light a scene or object to a level much brighter than its surroundings. Usually floodlights can be aimed at the object or area of interest.
A reflectorized lamp whose emitted beam pattern is enlarging. Also a luminaire consisting of lamp and reflector at fixed distance providing a wide field of illumination.
A luminaire which produces a wide beam of light
Continuous (non-flash), artificial light source, generally used in the studio for evenly-spread illumination. Also known as Photoflood or Flood lamp. Has a color temperature of 3400° on the Kelvin scale. FOCAL LENGTH is the determination of the relative size of a lens.
reflector lamp with a relatively wide beam pattern. Also a luminaire consisting of lamp and reflector at fixed distance providing a wide field of illumination.
A lantern that only has a reflector to control the light output and has a wide beam angle.
A luminaire that has only a reflector (no lens) to control the beam, with a wide-angle distribution.
Normally used to spread light over a large area rather than directing it into a narrow area, it's also called a flood lamp.