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Prolights celebrates Polish Independence Day

Prolights celebrates Polish Independence Day

Prolights celebrates Polish Independence Day

Poland:

Broadcast for TV and online viewers, A Tribute to Independence has taken place at St Bridget's Church in Gdańsk, Poland, including performances from several well-known Polish artists. Event supplier Grupa Profit was responsible for the lighting and specified 20 Prolights Luma 1500 (with SH and SP modules) and eight Sunblast 3000FC LED strobe and blinder fixtures.

“We decided to use 12 Luma 1500SH fixtures with the framing shutter module as front lighting for artists, and eight Luma 1500SP with the animation module (SP) to fill the sides of the church and complete the scenery with animations and gobos, displayed on the ceiling,” said Konrad Ingielewicz, technical director at Grupa Profit. “We chose them for their great colour spectrum, smooth dimming (necessary for television broadcast), very quiet operation and very high-power output with low-power consumption.”

Four units of Sunblast 3000FC were placed behind the artists (in the preacher's lectern area) to highlight the unique altar. “Due to their extremely high-power output, they also excelled at illuminating the ceiling, which was one of the focal points for the camera. The other four units were strategically placed on the sides of the church to achieve the perfect architecture illumination,” Ingielewicz added.

When asked about his choice of moving lights, Ingielewicz explained: “Our team is very proud to use Prolights fixtures. The Luma 1500 is our ‘weapon of choice' for most events, even the smaller ones where power consumption is often a concern. They are, without a doubt, the best front and spot lighting unit. Another reason we choose Prolights equipment is the perfect customer service by the Polish distributor, Show Design.”



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