People expect higher production value from your events. It's not their fault - current technology makes it so we can put up a proper show, even with a modest budget. And one such piece of technology is a LED stage backdrop screen.
Possibilities are limited only by your imagination. You can turn your stage into a winter wonderland or universe of colors. But, before you give your imagination wings, you should learn more about LED backdrop screens. Let's go.
In short, it's a giant LED screen that serves as a background to your performance, presentation, lecture, or any other event. They contain similar light-emitting diodes (LEDs) as your flatscreen at home. As such, they can produce high-resolution images and videos that come with vibrant color and excellent contrast.
These screens come in various sizes and can be adapted to any venue and stage size. And it doesn't stop there. LED backdrop screens are a staple in movie and TV productions, and news studios as well.
These days it is rare for a concert production not to include LED backdrops, especially if the visitor numbers rise to four or five digits. An LED backdrop can provide a better view of the artists to ticket holders who are not lucky enough to find themselves in the front rows. Or they can vastly enhance the stagecraft and the performance itself.
Branding is everything. So, what better way to showcase your brand than by playing promotional material in the background or providing visual accompaniment to your presentation?
Mega churches are one of the earliest adaptors of this technology. However, you don't need a congregation numbering over 10,000 people to inject some color into your sermons. The same job stained glass windows have been doing for centuries, LED backdrops can do today.
Imagine trying to bring Hogwarts to life in a stage production with classical props only. How will you create the moving portraits? What about the house ghosts? And what about the light show that happens when spells start flying around? A single or a system of LED backdrop screens can bring magic to any stage.
An LED backdrop easily changes to suit different scenes and shows. Plus, they can be used to impart additional information by displaying weather maps, graphics, pictures or footage of scenery, and anything else you can think of.
Not everyone can get their hands on courtside seats, but they can still keep their eyes on the action through LED backdrops. You can also use them to display scores, banners, ads from sponsors, and who knows, maybe even a kiss cam.
A pair of marine biologists can't marry at the bottom of the Mariana Trench. However, they can bring some of the underwater charm to their special day through the help of an LED backdrop.
LED backdrops allow for the integration of real-time graphics, footage, and effects, eliminating the need for post-production work.
LED screens deliver high-resolution visuals that feature vibrant colors and excellent contrast at wide viewing angles. This ensures that everyone present has a great view. They can also provide a seamless blend of live broadcast and pre-recorded material, creating a stunning and immersive viewing experience.
There is no limit to what you can display on one of these backdrops, ranging from images and videos to animations, interactive elements, and live content.
Not only is LED technology more energy-efficient than its alternatives, but its presence will prevent waste that comes from purchasing one-time-use decorations and/or props.
Rejoice all of you who had to waste additional time and funds on a wardrobe that can work in front of a green screen.
Get the biggest screen your budget allows. Try to cover the entire stage or the majority of it for maximum impact.
They can handle it, so bring on all those vibrant hues and complex motion graphics. Create contrast, mix and match colors, add moving patterns, mesmerizing transitions and effects, etc.
LED backdrops offer an excellent depth of perception, so take advantage of it. Go 3D with your animation and other visuals to create a truly immersive experience for your audience.
Ensure that your LED backdrop works well with the stage and venue lighting. You need to create a balance between illuminating the people on the stage and the screen light.
It's a boring but vital step. Make sure everything is working flawlessly and smoothly. Check for glitches, what the image looks like through your phone screen or camera lens, look for timing issues, resolution problems, etc.
Go with your wildest ideas. Things that seemed impossible are now a child's play. If you can't come up with something that takes your breath away, the audience won't be impressed either.