lighting in which most of the light is cast directly from the fixture or source to the illumined area.
a lighting system in which a large proportion (at least 90 per cent) of the light is directed downwards
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Must be able to prep and operate camera equipment, and direct lighting.
During the summer months the wide roof overhang shades out summer heat gain and creates in-direct lighting.
Direct lighting at the draw hole and surge pile on the night of the accident was provided by the lights on the bulldozer.
Each salon shall provide direct lighting to all work areas.
Drain was asked which was more efficient for general-illumination purposes, direct lighting or edge lighting.
There is no direct lighting in the room except small portion of the room.
The indirect portion of the light can be flipped down or redirected to provide dual intensity direct lighting.