A different view of the studio... Do you wear bifocals?
As your eyes get older, you often need bifocals or reading glasses to see details. A LOT of light helps too. Now that the electrical upgrade is complete, I've been upgrading the lights.
I used to have just a couple of fluorescent lights in the studio. I recently removed those and installed four LED lights. They were a vast improvement, so I decided to add more LED lights to the main studio area.
I'll go back and reinstall the fluorescent lights where the cars are normally parked. This will give us plenty of light, when we have several people working at the same time and we need to pull the cars out for more space.
I added brackets to the fluorescent lights, so I could flush mount them, similar to how the new LED lights are mounted.
I have the ceiling outlets divided into two circuits, so I can turn on half the lights at a time. I also swapped out the short cords on the fluorescent lights for long cords, so I don't need to use extension cords with them.
Here are some different views of the studio than you are used to seeing...I am up on the ladder, installing lights.