Custom lighting can be a great addition to your wedding:
A nice way to enhance the venues’ features and add style to
key elements of the reception. Sterling Productions boasts an impressive
inventory of fixtures to achieve this goal. Below are some lighting
Up-Lighting: Up-lighting is generally used
to cast solid beams of light on walls, pillars & various forms
of draperies. This form of lighting can be very effective, especially
if the venue has ornate architecture & high ceilings. Up-lighting
can also be used to add flare to plain walls or as back-lighting
behind see-through fabric, statues & other room decor. To
fine tune the effects of this lighting we offer an wide catalog
of colors which can be mixed to compliment the color scheme of
Image Projectors: Are used to project specific images on just
about any surface imaginable, including; walls, dance floors &
ceilings. These fixtures have zoom & focusing capability, allowing
us the ability to change the size & sharpness of the image. We
can even create a customized image slide, such as first name initials,
or logos from your own artwork. These fixtures can also be used to
cast light in a specific shape, using ‘beam shaping’.
For instance; we can illuminate the wedding cake exactly to the size
of its’ specific area with no light bleed at all, or we could
cast light upon a picture frame hanging on the wall to its’
precise measurements. Choose from a vast array of colors.
Color Washes: Are used to cast soft lighting
shades in general areas to illuminate tables, walls, floors etc.
LED banks are a great way to achieve this effect. Colors can be
controlled to change slowly to a programmed sequence or set to
a single color. The fixtures can be floor mounted or hung from
Intelligent Lighting: Means just that! They have
a brain, and can be told exactly what to do. The main advantage of
using these lights, is that you are not stuck with one effect, color,
image or speed. We can program a series of effects and colors to fit
your theme. Below are the various forms of intelligent lighting we
Robo Scanners: These fixtures have a scanning
mirror that reflects light & images in different colors &
speeds in a multitude of directions. The mirror assembly is attached
to a fixed rectangular housing which can be mounted to tripod stands
or trussing. Various units can be linked together to create stunning
lighting sequences on the dance floor & all over the room.
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Moving Head System: These units have almost
limitless options & capabilities. With a 360° moving head,
they can do anything you desire: Changing colors & shapes,
rotating & panning images at various speeds, split colors,
strobe effect & much, much more. This form of lighting is
fully programmable & operated via lap-top controller.
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Special Effects: Include; standard dance floor
lighting, mood lights, strobe lights, pin spots, haze & fog.
Sparkle. This is a slowly rotating, single color “moonflower”,
used to grace the dance floor for those slow dance moments.
Mood Light. Grace the walls and floors with this ‘very hot’
shimmering effect that can drift slowly from color to color or
be set to a single shade. Adjustable speed & direction capability.
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Moonflower. This legendary effect has been used to generate excitement
on the dance floor for many years and always looks great.
Vertigo. So much light from such a small unit - we call it the
‘little giant’. Stunning, multicolored effects move
in all directions to saturate the dance area.
Strobe Light. This effect is like no other, nothing electrifies
dancing moves like a strobe light. Our 1000 watt club strobes
can be adjusted to flicker at varying speeds and intensity levels.
Pin Spot. This is a nice way to cast a little light on smaller
areas such as buffet, cake & sweetheart tables – as
well as other areas that just need a little extra touch.
Haze & Fog. Lighting can be greatly enhanced by the use of
these effects. When mist is introduced into the suuroundings you
can see the actual beams of light streaming through the air, creating
a club atmosphere. Though not always appropriate for weddings,
the effect can entice dancers onto the floor.