Evolutionary Lighting Systems


Thank you for participating in Brightline’s online lighting training.

As a network news lighting director with a penchant for self-deprecating humor said of his award-winning design, “It’s a guy on a bar-stool and three lights”.

If budget allows, this maxim serves well, referencing the ideal lighting approach of a key, back and fill light for each person on camera.

The following slide decks expand upon this principle by addressing solutions that necessitate compromise from that elegantly direct approach.

The review covers Brightline product lines for broadcast and videoconferencing lighting and control, with detail on low-voltage PoE options.

PoE Architectural Presentation (.pdf)

Demand to light remote video applications has been increasing, addressed in the portable lighting section featuring the cMe2.

cMe2 Presentation (.pdf)

In conjunction with Zoom, the basic lighting tips section was developed to assist with a range of applications, and addresses basic photometric principles.

Best Practices for Video Lighting (.pdf)

In the installation deck, view layouts, renderings and photos of various premier projects.

Brightline Installation Presentation (.pdf)

We wish for light in each of your lives and look forward to supporting your lighting needs.


Brightline makes energy-efficient lighting fixtures for television broadcast-studio, videoconference, e-learning, and government applications.