Lighting Design-Fall 2008

Lighting Design-Fall 2008 - Lighting and Electrics The...

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Unformatted text preview: Lighting and Electrics The “Design Process” Care-is-pie – C-ommitment – A-nalysis – R-esearch – (E-valuation) – I-ncubation – S-election – P-resentation – I-mplementation – E-valuation The Design Objectives • Selectively Illuminate the stage • Sculpt, Mold and model actors and costumes • Create an environmental atmosphere that is supportive to the production concept Acting Areas • Specific area where scenes are played • Usually in 8-12 foot pools or circles covering the stage • Overlap for even light distribution • Analyzing each acting area and it needs Functions of Stage Lights • Visibility – Can you see them – Selective visibility • Selective focus – Guide audience • Modeling – Controlling the appearance of objects • Mood Controllable Qualities • Distribution – Direction – Shape and Size – Quality • Intensity • Movement – Onstage Movement – Follow spots – Moving Lights Controllable Qualities • Color – Subtractive • Gel or Filters – Additive • Multiple lights Color Media...
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2008 for the course DRAM 160 taught by Professor Garman during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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