Cinema room by the Sound Gallery
Interesting features in this photo include the speaker cut-outs in the star panels at the rear of the room,
and the clusters of stars which are easily visible. Still photos of star ceilings don’t always do them
justice because the twinkle wheel in the light source means that some of your stars will
always be dimmed and thus absent from the photograph, unless it’s a long exposure.
Blue LED tape in the perimeter bulkhead adds a secondary lighting feature, while the bulkhead also provides a good location for mounting downlights.
Another nicely exposed photo of the Infinity star ceiling showing off the little clusters of stars and
also the relatively empty areas. Because we do have relatively empty areas – like the real night sky,
the areas in the background where the speakers are don’t appear particularly obvious. It’s possible
to adjust both the speed and intensity of the twinkling effect to suit your personal preference.
On the issue of brightness, dimmer stars generally look more realistic,
so we’d normally advise against having the light source set too bright.