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Quick render of a theater project I'm working on. The lighting for these is always extremely tricky, because in reality the light will never be designed to be turned bright enough to see the upper walls or ceiling. 

Cheers;
Scott

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i did a school theater 2 years ago....they usally paint the ceiling black to get the maximum lighting projection

Mine where more of church auditorium 

Nice Render Scott. Let us know how the final turned out! :)

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