Stage Lighting ExplainedBook - 2002
Stage Lighting Explained delves deep into the mysteries of theater illumination. It looks at not just what works and how to achieve success, but why it works. With refreshing clarity and attention to detail, the reader is introduced to the theory behind the practice. From the most basic of ideas and lighting tools to the most sophisticated artistic and creative lighting endeavors, this book tells you all you need to know. It covers the fascinating history of lighting; modern lighting theory; modern theater usage and equipment;nbsp;and a wealth of examples, illustrations, and professional experiences to bring the theories to life. Neil Fraser, acknowledged as one of the world's leading designers and educators in his field, has been a Resident at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art since 1985. His previous book is Stage Lighting Design: A Practical Guide.
Publisher: Marlborough [England] : Crowood Press, 2002
Branch Call Number: 792.025 Fra 8949circ 1
Characteristics: 160 p. :,ill