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    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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    Stage Lighting Jordan Williams 26 March, 2015 English 10th Mrs. Sexton Stage Lighting Thesis: Stage lighting is growing in importance due to the high demand for more elaborate productions. This is because it presents a different aspect of entertainment to the audience. Introduction History A. Inventor B. Purpose III. Terms A. Technology B. Techniques IV. Designer A.…

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    Electric lighting is something many people today take for granted. Humans have always used a variety of techniques to get the light source they needed, but no invention was as successful as the light bulb. During the 18th century, candles and oil lamps illuminated most homes. While they were able to emit some sort of light, there were many drawbacks. They often lit houses on fire, created foul smelling smoke, and only gave off a small amount of light. The wealthy typically used beeswax candles…

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    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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    Raging Bull Lighting

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    The lighting style used in the movie Raging Bull was a special techniques by the director. It was filmed lighting was in black and white, that played important part that placed perfectly on each scene. While Jake was fighting scene the lighting with high key to stress on the boxers, also the high key lighting provide a beautiful elegant look and some scene. Low key lighting was used to give a look as if brutal low-spirited atmosphere, like when Jake life started to spiral out of control, went…

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    Dead Again uses different lighting techniques to create dramatic contrast and a sense of mood in each scene. This is highlighted through the film noir scenes when dramatic high contrast was achieved by using two extremes of lighting, a lack of light and a heavy amount of light. This was especially shown in the opening interrogation scene. During the scene the light in the room was the only light source present and everything else was in complete darkness. In the scene the contrast was so strong…

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    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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    In Paul Bogard's article "Let There Be Dark", builds an argument on every city using too much lighting in their houses, businesses, and street lights during the night. Bogard uses many methods to get his argument be heard by the readers on why we should limit our light using in the night when they're not being used. In his article, he uses a lot of ethos, pathos and logos, but he also puts in rhetorical question to make his argument reasonable with the information he gets and the effects that…

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    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

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    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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