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Angle of Light

The angle between the orientation of a light source and the viewing directio

The angle between the orientation of a light source and the viewing direction. For example, the angle of light is 0° when looking at a downlight directly from below, and increases progressively as the viewer steps away from it.

The term is commonly used in theatrical lighting, to describe the angle between the stage lighting direction and the viewer’s line of sight

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angle
angle light
downlight
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light source
orientation
term
theatrical lighting
viewer
viewing direction

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