Adjusting framing projectors to fit a painting or sculpture is the best way to get the most out of the subject, and it’s an easier process than most people realize. That’s because Phantom’s art lights are made to be as flexible as possible.
That’s an important consideration because every piece of art is unique, either in size, shape, or composition. With several customization options available, it’s possible to tailor the fixture to any subject in any setting.
Phantom offers several methods for adjusting its framing projectors. Manipulating the beam angle is one, and it’s a powerful technique that allows for a wealth of placement options. This is accomplished by changing the arrangement of the focal and condensing lenses inside the fixture. Additional beam angle options mean that the light can be placed at one of several distances, allowing for easy installation in any room. The light doesn’t have to be placed just straight on either because all of Phantom’s art fixtures are made with a rotating ring and cradle that provide near limitless aiming ranges, both vertical and horizontal.
Finally, with one of several masking attachments, the fixture will produce a shaped beam that only lights up the subject, and nothing else. This is an effect that is rarely seen and one that every homeowner will appreciate once they see it. With the mask, the painting or sculpture will look like it’s glowing from within, and this will be sure to make the subject stand out and become the focal point of the space.