A Practical Guide to Stage Lighting - There's nothing like learning from someone who's "been there" and this author is a noted and well-respected lighting director with years of experience behind him.
You'll learn the ins-and-outs of lighting from someone who's been an unqualified success at it - and who has learned from his mistakes. Read along as he teaches you the tips and techniques that have served him well for over 35 years. Using real life experiences, he instructs you how to do it once and do it right.
About the Author: Steve Shelley has worked in theatre for over 35 years as a lighting designer, production manger, and stage manager in New York City, throughout the United States, and on four continents. His lighting designs are included in the repertories many dance companies, and he's designed lighting on Broadway, Off-Broadway, as well as concerts, television, regional theatre, and regional opera.
Steve is the author of numerous articles in trade magazines and has conducted multiple seminars at theatrical lighting conventions and major universities around North America. He's also the inventor and patent holder of the award-winning Field Templates, and SoftSymbols, (www.fieldtemplate.com). He lives in New York City.
|Subject||Lighting for Video|
|Author||Steven Louis Shelley|
|Dimensions||Not Specified by Publisher|
|ISBN Number||ISBN-13: 978-0-240-81141-3|
|Date Published||September 2009|