Lighting for Video
Enables readers to produce top-grade results whether they are lighting off-the-cuff with a portable compact kit or tackling a major project with an extensive heavy-duty rig. It does not assume technical knowledge or previous experience and after covering
basics it guides readers towards the most effective ways of tackling particular projects, and shows typical professional solutions to everyday situations.
Table of Contents
CONTENTS INCLUDE: The aims of lighting; Typical light sources; How much light is needed?; The effect of light direction; Problem occasions; Demonstrations; Scenic lighting; Lighting in open areas; Lighting in confined spaces; On location; Lighting and sound; Safety.
'This is a very easy book to read and invaluable to the newcomer to the subject.' ZERB,
Autumn/Winter 1992 - Zerb, September 1992 - Journal of Audiovisual Media in Medicine, January 1993
'Enables readers to produce top-grade results wetherlighting off-the-
cuff with a portable compact kit or tackling a major project with an
extensive heavy duty rig.'
LIGHTING AND SOUND INTERNATIONAL