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Fashion Notes (Visual Merchandising)

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Fashion Notes (Visual Merchandising) Fash 206

Carmen Notetaker

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Carmen Notetaker on Saturday March 5, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Fash 206 at The University of Tennessee - Martin taught by Dr.Byrd in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 9 views. For similar materials see Visual Merchandising in Child and Family Studies at The University of Tennessee - Martin.

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Date Created: 03/05/16
Chapter 4 Fash 206 What is light? Composed of whole spectrum of colors  Light is caused by waves of radiant energy in various lengths.  Shortest wavelength – violet  Longest wavelength- red Color Color is a result of an object absorbing certain light rays  Blue-absorption of all light rays except blue  White all light reflected absence of color  Black all colors Fluorescent lighting  Least expensive  Most efficient  Not always the BEST  Produces flat, even lighting  Ranges from warm white to cool white Incandescent Lighting  Expensive to install and use  Doesn’t last as long  Gives o more heat  Used or warmth High lighting PAR BULBS- high voltage lights Used secondary lighting Use in spotlights Uses o incandescent lighting  Floodlights  High hat fixtures  Chandeliers  Hung as drop lights in tract lighting  Incandescent spot lights on track lighting  Incandescent lights set into ceiling  Recessed Incandescent lights in shadow box display HID = High Intensity Discharge Lighting Energy efficient Small size Provides shadows Provides highlights Produces a cool white fluorescent lighting Can be used as overall lighting with a filter Secondary Lighting  Chandeliers  Scones  Spotlight  Twinkle lights  Show case lamps


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