|In this section we will cut the gel for you to fit the size gel frame you want it to be.
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|Lighting gel is the most common way of coloring your light. They are sold in many different way but the most common is in 20″ x 24″ gel sheets. Click here to see the different color lines that are available. The amount of colors is almost overwhelming.
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|Roundels are glass colored lenses that usually get used in strip lights.
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|Click here to find more options including gel that can go over fluorescent tubes.
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|A barndoor is meant to help adjust the edge of a light that does not have internal shutters. They help “cut” the light off of a surface you do not want them on. They are not something that is going to give you a sharp line but will help control the line of the light to a point.
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|A color scroller is a device that has multiple gel colors taped together in a long “string”. Through your lighting controller you bring the channel to a controller and it then brings you to that particular color. For simplicity if it was a ten color color string then every ten percent change on your channel would bring you to the next color.
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|A donut is used in the color frame slot or the one to help “sharpen” the image. It helps hold back lighting flare and thus giving you a sharper image. If you have a gobo image that just isn’t sharp enough for you, this will help you.
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|A gel frame is either a metal or a specialized cardboard that holds the color gel in the gel frame slot.
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|Browse our selection of snoots & top hats.|
|Browse our selection of louvres.|
|Browse our selection of light positioning mirrors.|