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  • Myp lighting

    1. 1. What light through yonder window breaks “Romeo and Juliet” William Shakespeare
    2. 2. Lighting
    3. 3. Lighting Drama studios, hall and theatres have specialised lighting.
    4. 4. Lighting Drama studios, hall and theatres have specialised lighting.
    5. 5. Lighting Drama studios, hall and theatres have specialised lighting. There are two main reasons
    6. 6. Lighting Drama studios, hall and theatres have specialised lighting. There are two main reasons • To focus our vision on a particular part or all of the acting area
    7. 7. Lighting Drama studios, hall and theatres have specialised lighting. There are two main reasons • To focus our vision on a particular part or all of the acting area • To create atmosphere
    8. 8. Types of Lights
    9. 9. Types of Lights There are three main types of lights
    10. 10. Types of Lights There are three main types of lights
    11. 11. Types of Lights There are three main types of lights • Profile spotlights
    12. 12. Types of Lights There are three main types of lights • Profile spotlights • Fresnel spotlights
    13. 13. Types of Lights There are three main types of lights • Profile spotlights • Fresnel spotlights • Floods
    14. 14. Profiles Creates a hard edge to the circle of light
    15. 15. Profiles Creates a hard edge to the circle of light
    16. 16. A definite beam of light
    17. 17. White profile spot to signify the moon
    18. 18. Gobos
    19. 19. Gobos
    20. 20. Gobos Gobos are metal cut outs which can be placed in front of a spotlight.
    21. 21. Gobos Gobos are metal cut outs which can be placed in front of a spotlight.
    22. 22. Gobos Gobos are metal cut outs which can be placed in front of a spotlight. They are used to create effects.
    23. 23. Gobos Gobos are metal cut outs which can be placed in front of a spotlight. They are used to create effects.
    24. 24. Gobos Gobos are metal cut outs which can be placed in front of a spotlight. They are used to create effects. It is a cheap and effective way of creating a set
    25. 25. Gobos on the floor
    26. 26. fresnel
    27. 27. fresnel
    28. 28. fresnel Lights a particular area but the edge is soft,
    29. 29. fresnel Lights a particular area but the edge is soft, not hard
    30. 30. Barn doors
    31. 31. Barn doors
    32. 32. Barn doors Light from fresnels can be directed by using BARN DOORS.
    33. 33. Barn doors Light from fresnels can be directed by using BARN DOORS.
    34. 34. Barn doors Light from fresnels can be directed by using BARN DOORS. They are four metal hinged flaps that slot in the front of the fresnel.
    35. 35. Blue fresnels on cyclorama directed by barn doors
    36. 36. Floods Floods give general light.
    37. 37. Floods Floods give general light.
    38. 38. Flood to give idea of sunshine
    39. 39. Cyclorama
    40. 40. Cyclorama
    41. 41. Cyclorama A large screen upstage onto which images and lights can be projected onto.
    42. 42. Cyclorama A large screen upstage onto which images and lights can be projected onto.
    43. 43. Cyclorama A large screen upstage onto which images and lights can be projected onto. It can be used to create
    44. 44. Cyclorama A large screen upstage onto which images and lights can be projected onto. It can be used to create • Settings
    45. 45. Cyclorama A large screen upstage onto which images and lights can be projected onto. It can be used to create • Settings • Mood an atmosphere
    46. 46. Clouds projected onto the Cyclorama
    47. 47. Gels - Cinemoid
    48. 48. Gels - Cinemoid
    49. 49. Gels - Cinemoid Creating atmosphere through the use of colour is done using gels/ cinemoid.
    50. 50. Gels - Cinemoid Creating atmosphere through the use of colour is done using gels/ cinemoid.
    51. 51. Gels - Cinemoid Creating atmosphere through the use of colour is done using gels/ cinemoid. There is a bracket at the front of a light which a gel holder can be inserted.
    52. 52. Gels in lights can :
    53. 53. Gels in lights can : Be projected on the stage or cyclorama to
    54. 54. Gels in lights can : Be projected on the stage or cyclorama to • Create a mood
    55. 55. Gels in lights can : Be projected on the stage or cyclorama to • Create a mood • Be symbolic
    56. 56. Gels in lights can : Be projected on the stage or cyclorama to • Create a mood • Be symbolic • Enhance the set design
    57. 57. Gels in lights can : Be projected on the stage or cyclorama to • Create a mood • Be symbolic • Enhance the set design
    58. 58. Gels in lights can : Be projected on the stage or cyclorama to • Create a mood • Be symbolic • Enhance the set design Gels can also
    59. 59. Gels in lights can : Be projected on the stage or cyclorama to • Create a mood • Be symbolic • Enhance the set design Gels can also • Change the colour of costumes and sets
    60. 60. Coloured Gels add to festival feel
    61. 61. Examples of lights used in
    62. 62. The plan comes together using
    63. 63. The plan comes together using
    64. 64. The plan comes together using • Lights
    65. 65. The plan comes together using • Lights • Lighting grids
    66. 66. The plan comes together using • Lights • Lighting grids • Patching boards
    67. 67. The plan comes together using • Lights • Lighting grids • Patching boards • Control desks
    68. 68. The plan comes together using • Lights • Lighting grids • Patching boards • Control desks • Cue sheets
    69. 69. The plan comes together using • Lights • Lighting grids • Patching boards • Control desks • Cue sheets
    70. 70. The plan comes together using • Lights • Lighting grids • Patching boards • Control desks • Cue sheets That’s another story
    71. 71. To create a show The lighting designer works with the director to design the lights for a
    72. 72. A mixture of all
    73. 73. Lights Camera Action!!!

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