Flood lights are not spotlights, projection lights, and spotlights. Floodlights can create highly diffuse, non-directional light rather than a well-defined light, so the shadows produced by floodlights will be softer and more transparent. When we use floodlights to illuminate objects, the rate of illumination decay is much slower than that of spotlights. Some floodlights with very slow illumination decay look like a light source that does not produce shadows. The lamp body material of the floodlight is made of aluminum alloy die-casting, and it is coated with a layer of high-temperature resistance, acid, and alkali resistant, and anti-aging materials.
Flood lights are the most widely used light sources in rendering production, and standard floodlights are used to illuminate the entire scene. Multiple floodlights can be applied to the scene. In order to produce a better effect, put the light bulb for shooting into a large reflecting umbrella for use as a high-brightness diffused light source. Although it is indispensable for indoor lighting, it can also be regarded as one of the light sources with good lighting effects for general amateur indoor photography. Floodlights are mainly applicable to a wide range of billboards, highways, railway tunnels, bridges and culverts, squares, buildings, etc.