Colour correction lighting filters are an easy solution to achieve a standardised white light. Following on from Colour Temperature …, this article looks at colour correction filters and their uses in lighting design, both practical and artistic. (more…)
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Good stage lighting makes use of coloured light to create mood or depict the lighting in a specific location and time of day. This article gives you an introduction to colour temperature, why it is important and it’s relevance in stage lighting design.
On Stage Lighting recently had a number of questions on doing a first lighting design. If you have been given the job of lighting designer for your next school play, this crash course will help you learn the basics of the lighting design process. It won’t help you learn all the detail of how to […]
There are some good free stage lighting tutorials on the web and the daddy of them is Stage Lighting 101 by Bill Williams. Bill Williams has a pedigree as an international lighting designer, lighting author and teacher and his work is a must for beginners. (more…)
Stage and theatre lighting design uses your technical and artistic skills to specify equipment and create the look of a production. Planning lighting positions and communicating your ideas by drawing a lighting plan used to involve what was called techincal drawing but pens and paper have given way to CAD – Computer Aided Design. So, […]
If you are new to stage lighting and are a bit confused about all of the lighting equipment involved then don’t worry. You know that you need some stage lights but which ones? On Stage Lighting has put together a guide to spotlights to help you choose the right ones for the job. (more…)