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Steve Shelley Stage Lighting Book Third Edition

Stage Lighting Basics

This page pulls together some of the key basics of stage lighting and some of the best content on the web at the moment for learning stage lighting. Stage Lighting Terms and General Terms and general all-in-one stage lighting basics material. Salzburg’s Glossary of stage lighting terms. Larry Wild’s comprehensive class notes on everything stage lighting. […]

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HTP vs LTP – Lighting Desk Basics 5

One of elements of learning intelligent lighting control, is grasping the difference in the two ways a lighting desk treats control channels. The concept of Highest Takes Precedence (HTP) and Latest Takes Precedence (LTP) is actually very simple but is often misunderstood and explaining it can make it seem more complicated. On Stage Lighting always […]

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Moving Light Control – Palettes – Lighting Desk Basics 4

Programming moving lights on a modern intelligent lighting console involves some new techniques for the novice console operator, not least the use of “Palettes”. Using palettes is an important method for efficiently programming intelligent fixtures and organising their attributes such as colours, gobos, pan, tilt etc into manageable chunks. On Stage Lighting explains the principles […]

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Moving Light Control – Groups – Lighting Desk Basics 3

The third part of the Lighting Desk Basics series, On Stage Lighting looks at the elements of moving light control. Article 2 – Intelligent Lighting Control, looked at the first steps of controlling moving lights, fixture personalities and patching. Using Groups to control your “heads” is the next step in console programming like the professionals. […]

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Intelligent Lighting Control – Lighting Desk Basics 2

A top end professional intelligent lighting control desk and the moving light section on a cheap lighting control have common features. Understanding these elements, while not teaching you to become a moving light operator, can help a beginner learning any intelligent lighting desk. In the second part of the Lighting Desk …series, On Stage Lighting […]

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Lighting Desk Basics – Beginner’s Guide to a Stage Light Control – 1

The lighting control, “board” or “desk” is the a key part of any stage lighting set up and it is using the lighting desk that an operator is able to control the equipment. This can range from adjusting the “levels” on stage lighting dimmers to controlling complex intelligent lighting systems and media servers. Although there […]

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Busking Stage Lighting Course

What is ‘busking’ in stage lighting control? Busking, also known as ‘punting’, is controlling lighting for a live show in response to the show itself, rather than pre-defined ideas and fully recorded scenes or looks. Electric stage lighting has probably always contained an element of busking and an example of how a lighting rig could […]

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DMX Lighting Systems Course

On Stage Lighting runs a short online course on the basics of DMX Stage Lighting Systems. This Micro Course is delivered online and designed to take the learning from little or no knowledge of DMX systems to be able to design, setup and troubleshoot a DMX system.  Topics include: Key features of DMX How DMX […]

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Parkinson and Pareto - Ways of the Lighting Jedi

Parkinson and Pareto – Ways of the Lighting Jedi

If you have never heard of the Pareto Principle or Parkinson’s Law, get ready for a potential re-framing of how you tackle lighting work from this point on.  On Stage Lighting uncovers a key secret ingredient to enlightenment through lampie-Jedi knowledge, and to improving your effectiveness as a lighting programmer.  Partly though using a concept […]

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Stage Lighting Guide

Our main stage lighting guides are backstage at http://learn.onstagelighting.co.uk/stage-lighting-guides/ but here are some examples of the some free guides available at On Stage Lighting to help a beginner in stage lighting. Video Channel On Stage Lighting has a YouTube channel with a growing range of video guides and tutorials for beginners.  Click here to Subscribe! Lighting […]

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The Magic Sheet And You

The Magic Sheet And You

In the usual OSL style of attempting make your life easier, On Stage Lighting takes a look at “Magic Sheets” in performance lighting, their development and how the concept can be used with modern lighting control platforms with some specific examples using the Cham Sys MagicQ. (more…)

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