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    Just a shot from this evenings wedding. Went well although, fighting yellow uplights wasn't easy. Maybe I need 5 watt projectors instead.

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    i don't think 5W is the solution you're looking for.

    i recommend 15.



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    Just a shot from this evenings wedding. Went well although, fighting yellow uplights wasn't easy. Maybe I need 5 watt projectors instead.

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    Brad - My motto is "too much is always better than not enough", but I think your lasers are plenty bright. You might want more power for a rave but not a wedding. Using laser colors that contrast the other lighting works well. Good show!

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    With a rave, I probably wouldn't have the uplighting.

    It depends sometimes on what color the bride is using. The magenta's and purples seem to be the most popular for weddings and that's fine for the greens, yellowes, cyans, white, etc. But the reds and 445 blues tend to get washed out. I sometimes turn off the uplights in the front half of the hall when the real dancing starts.

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    Red wasn't too bad with it being primarily yellow.
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    It looks great in the photos Brad - but yeah, more photons sounds like a very good idea. I wouldn't over think it too much

    Keith

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    Looks great to me, as-is Brad! Besides, you would want to upset the bride by taking away too much of the attention from her.

    I'm impressed by your fazer levels as well. Looks like just the right mix to capture the beams without distorting the overall view.

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    Very nice Brad! - Looking good

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    Thats awesome Brad. I've been to quite a few weddings and never seen a laser. Maybe when I finally get hitched I'll give you a call. It looks like everyone is having a good time.
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