STAGE LIGHTING DESIGN

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Elements of Stage Light. Perceivability:

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Arrange LIGHTING DESIGN PRINCIPLE AND PROCESS

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Functions of Stage Light Visibility: " If you can't see them, you can't listen them" Selective Focus: Allowing the group of onlookers to see just what they should see. Displaying: Revealing the three-dimensional shape Mood: Composition using the "four characteristics of light" (Intensity, Color, Movement, and Distribution). State of mind is the most troublesome and abused capacity of stage light in that it can overwhelm alternate capacities (there ought to be an adjust). Contains the architects' visual idea and elucidation.

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Traditional (MacCandless) Method Goal/Objective: general and even enlightenment of the guideline acting regions of the stage. Division of acting zones into lighting zones.

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Traditional (MacCandless) Method Five light sources for each lighting range. Covering of pillars to make up for instrument attributes. Mixing of complimentary hues to accomplish white light (early process before quartz light).

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Traditional (MacCandless) Method Four stages towards fruition of plan: 1. General Illumination of the Acting Area 2. Utilization of Color Washes for fill and disposition 3. Utilization of Specials to concentrate on particular minutes as directed by the script and practice. 4. Enlightenment of off-stage or optional acting territories to compliment the activity of the play.

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Traditional (MacCandless) Method A couple of more tips: Lighting zones are by and large 8-10 feet in measurement. Odd number of territories are utilized downstage to counteract dim regions.

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Traditional (MacCandless) Method Ideal edges are 45 degrees over the skyline line and 45 degrees either side of focus.

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Class Exercise:

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Motivational (Natural) Approach Developing the Lighting Plan(s): utilize "Lighting Sources" (viable and inferred) in the stage setting to build up the nature of the light for the Lighting Plan (force, shading, development, dispersion). Arrangement of "Lighting Sources" in connection to how the performing artist is utilizing the stage setting is imperative in building up the Lighting Plan. "Lighting Sources" ought to thus seem to impact the development of the performing artists. Keep in mind: In life conduct is affected by light… in this way you plan, to seem normal, ought to reflect human conduct.

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Motivational (Natural) Approach Continuing to Develop the Lighting Design: Layering Lighting Plans to oblige moves in temperament and arrangement, or time or place. Covering Lighting Plans from various scenes, looks, districts, and so on. Utilization of KEY, FILL, BACK, RIM and TOP lights to finish the Lighting Plan

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The Principle Differences The distinction between the two methodologies is that the "Motivational (Natural) Approach starts with normal sources and extends to fill the acting space. The Method Approach starts with a general light and grows to meet the particular needs of the activity of the play. The Natural Approach offers a more powerful structure as it depends on reasonable and suggested sources. Both methodologies can take a shot at the film area also.

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