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  • Observation Essay On Lighting

    Lighting The lights are the first thing the audience experience in this piece, then comes sound and movement. From the begging the lighting design was unique in the since that there was emphasis on the curtains. There were lights shining directly on the wings drapes. They were simply horizontal lines stacking straight up. The choice to have the lights show up first gave the audience time to take in the lights and create their own idea of what the lights represented. There were two sets/types of lines that created this look. There was a heavily weighted line that went up the curtain at an equal width. Above that line, not so equidistant was a lesser weighted line, creating almost reflected look. The lines were a soft blue almost white color, which reminded me of glass windows. The reflecting lines going up the curtain and blue light caught me to think about skyscrapers in a city. Coupling the natural wave of the curtain also reminded me of what a glass corporate looks like when you drive by it. From the first light cue I was able to place this dance in a large city. The lighting then goes into a bright white…

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  • The Perception Of Lighting In Kilgore High School Drama

    The same goes for learning, if one part is skipped the final lesson will be unable to be understood. With drama there are many intricate rolls that are each shaped uniquely much like a puzzle. If one piece is taken away, the final picture is not as beautiful or as meaningful as it could be. On top of the incomplete picture, there is a lack of learning for those who participate. The Kilgore High School drama department needs to upgrade their lighting system to give students an equal understanding…

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  • Essay On Film Noir

    Neo-Film Noir movies, including “Bat-Man: The Dark Knight Rises,” are very similar, they do differ from each other regarding the plot line, lighting, camera angles, and characteristics. In Film Noir, the plot line of one film is actually very similar to other films within the same genre. Like most Film Noir films, including the film “Illegal,” the first initial scene features a crime that involves the murder of a…

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  • Reflection On Essentially Dance

    beam of light I was about to focus while still being able to focus it comfortably. On the occasions where we had moved the lifter in place to focus, it was often in the way of where the lighting designer wanted to focus the light. This resulted…

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  • Nt1310 Unit 3 Lab

    1. What was the average score you calculated for the lab? What does this number mean in terms of ergonomically correct workplace? a. The average score we calculated for the lab was approximately 6.9/10, and what this number means in terms of an ergonomically correct workplace is that the room is not very ergonomically correct. This marking scheme is similar to that of a test or assignment, in which 69%, despite it being a passing grade, has a lot more room for improvement. 2. Describe the…

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  • Much Ado About Nothing Play Review Essay

    hear each word in order to catch the subtle jokes, and I could not always hear the actors in this staging. I am not sure if the issue is due to the theatre’s acoustics or the actors’ performances. There were times, especially in the first few scenes, when the actors were not projecting loudly or enunciating clearly. Fortunately, I could still understand the plot and we as an audience still caught many of the jokes. Another issue was the lighting. As the announcer ended his introduction with,…

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  • Influences Of Interior Design

    balance of variety and unity (Weber). Natural and artificial lighting are two types of lighting used in interior design. Natural lighting is defined as day lighting that optimizes natural sunlight entry into a building to minimize the need for artificial lighting. (Weber) This lighting also known as sunlight creates an open, happy, cheerful, and inviting feeling throughout the space. Natural lighting is essential to help lower energy costs and it also reduces the need for artificial lighting.…

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  • Having A Dying 80-Year-Old Woma Bearers Of Light

    manipulation therein. 3. What role do the various technical theatre disciplines (Lighting, sound, set, props, and costumes) play in achieving 1 and 2? Lighting: Selective Illumination, Revelation of Form and Atmosphere/Mood: These objectives of lighting achieve one of the main premises of lighting; comfortable illumination (Campbell 71-2) as well as define the performing space, whilst also emphasising aspects of the performances where necessary. Therefore, in this particular performance of…

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  • Advertisement Analysis: Never Too Wanted By Kohler

    hitting to be prominent. The faucet seems polished and new, contrasting with the dark stained walls of the background. The modest design of the faucet establishes a bold appearance through the help of the lighting; everything surrounding the woman and faucet is of less significance. The light also shines on the model’s hair and legs, captivating the audience with seduction and beauty. The vague lighting establishes the tone to be mysterious, generating darker tones to surround the model and…

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  • My Synthesis Essay

    1) Use my desk lamp for lighting more over the standard dorm lightning since I have a LED bulb in it and gives off ample brightness. -LED bulbs are by far more efficient than fluorescents since they give off more light than heat. These bulbs also seem to be much brighter and I find myself not being strained when I use it as a sole light source. Since my dorm room is already hot, it only seems smarter to use a light source that does not give off a ton of heat as well. Since I live in a single…

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