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The Four Seasons

  1. Fall Sunset in Hawaii

I chose this picture because i like how it only had orange and yellow tones, and that it is only through black silhouettes that objects in the picture are defined.

Left of Model

Light used:

Gel: L768

Intensity: 50%

Angle: Elevation: 32 degrees, Side Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ downstage

Light used:

Gel: AP2330

Intensity:  40%

Angle: Elevation: 23 degrees, Side Angle:  56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ downstage

Light used:

Gel: L789

Intensity: 100%

Angle: Elevation: 0 degrees, Side Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ downstage

Light used:

Gel: L789

Intensity: 90%

Angle: Elevation: -23 degrees, Side Angle: 0 degrees

In relation to Model: direct sidelight

Light used:

Gel: L789

Intensity: 70%

Angle: Elevation: 0 degrees, Side Angle: 0 degrees

In relation to Model: direct sidelight

Light used:

Gel: L789

Intensity: 91%

Angle: Elevation: 27 degrees, Side Angle: 0 degrees

In relation to Model: Direct sidelight

Light used:

Gel: L778, with Gobo

Intensity: 96%

Angle: Elevation: 43 degrees, Side Angle: 0 degrees

In relation to Model: Direct Sidelight

Light used:

Gel: R59

Intensity: 100%

Angle: Elevation: 37 degrees, Back Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ upstage

Light used:

Gel: L746

Intensity: 100%

Angle: Elevation: 23 degrees, back Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ upstage

Light used:

Gel: L789

Intensity: 100%

Angle: Elevation: 0 degrees, Back Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ upstage

Light used:

Gel: R59

Intensity: 100%

Angle: Elevation: -19 degrees, Back Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ upstage

Center

Light used:

Gel: L707

Intensity: 100%

Angle: Elevation: 42 degrees, Back Angle: 48 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ upstage

Light used:

Gel: G888

Intensity: 100%

Angle: Elevation: 54 degrees, Back Angle: 0 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ upstage, centered on model

Right of Model

Light used:

Gel: AP2330

Intensity: 30%

Angle: Elevation: 37 degrees, Side Angle: 0 degrees

In relation to Model: Direct sidelight

Backdrop: 

Top: NC 10% L768 100%

Bottom: L746 50% L781 60%

 

2. Spring Sunrise on Long Island

I chose this photo because i like the colours of the sun rising cutting across the horizon. I found it interesting how the main range in colour is only in the center of the photo and radiates out from the center horizontally.

Left of Model:

Light used:

Gel: P35401

Intensity: 50%

Angle: Elevation: 0 degrees, Side Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ downstage of model

Light used:

Gel: P35900

Intensity: 50%

Angle: Elevation: 23 degrees, Side Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ downstage

Light used:

Gel: L195

Intensity:100%

Angle: Elevation: 37 degrees, Side Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ downstage

Light used:

Gel: P35200

Intensity: 70%

Angle: Elevation: 0 degrees, Side Angle: 0 degrees

In relation to Model: Direct side light

Center

Light used:

Gel: L020

Intensity: 30%

Angle: Elevation: -37 degrees, Direct Backlight

In relation to Model: 8′ Downstage floor light

Light used:

Gel: L027

Intensity: 70%

Angle: Elevation: -31 degrees, Side Angle: 37 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ down stage of mode floor light

Right of Model

Light used:

Gel: L036

Intensity: 50%

Angle: Elevation: -23 degrees, Side Angle: 0 degrees

In relation to Model: Direct sidelight

Light used:

Gel: L027

Intensity:100%

Angle: Elevation: 0 degrees, Side Angle: 0 degrees

In relation to Model: direct sidelight

Light used:

Gel: L027

Intensity: 100%

Angle: Elevation: 27 degrees, Side Angle: 0 degrees

In relation to Model: Direct sidelight

Light used:

Gel: L025

Intensity: 50%

Angle: Elevation: 37 degrees, Side Angle: 0 degrees

In relation to Model: Direct Sidelight

Light used:

Gel: L036

Intensity: 100%

Angle: Elevation: 0 degrees, Side Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ downstage of model

Backdrop: 

Top: L709 100%

Bottom: AP2110 50% AP3000 25%

 

3. Summer at Noon on a hot day in New England

 

I chose this image because i liked the crisp blue in the sky, and the contrasting bright sand. Although the sand is more plain, the bright colour of it and the way it almost glows signifies the heat for me in this picture.

Left of Model

Light used:

Gel: AP5400

Intensity: 50%

Angle: Elevation: -19 degrees, Side Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ downstage

Light used:

Gel: NC 40%

Intensity: 40%

Angle: Elevation: -19 degrees, Back Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ upstage

Light used:

Gel: AP6150

Intensity: 40%

Angle: Elevation: 27 degrees, Side Angle: 0 degrees

In relation to Model: Direct sidelight

Light used:

Gel: AP1650

Intensity: 40%

Angle: Elevation: 32 degrees, Side Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ upstage

Center

Light used:

Gel: AP7100

Intensity: 50%

Angle: Elevation: 52 degrees, Side Angle: 21 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ downstage, 3′ stage right

Light used:

Gel: AP7100

Intensity: 50%

Angle: Elevation: 52 degrees, Side Angle: 21 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ downstage, 3′ stage left

Right of Model

Light used:

Gel: NC

Intensity: 40%

Angle: Elevation: -19 degrees, back Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ upstage

Light used:

Gel: AP7250

Intensity: 40%

Angle: Elevation: 27 degrees, Side Angle: 0 degrees

In relation to Model: Direct sidelight

Light used:

Gel: AP5300

Intensity: 50%

Angle: Elevation: -19 degrees, Side Angle: 53 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ downstage

Light used:

Gel: AP7300

Intensity: 100%

Angle: Elevation: 32 degrees, Side Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ downstage

Backdrop

Top: AP2180 40% AP3300 40% AP2090 90%

Bottom: L206 75% AP1950 10%

4. Winter Afternoon in Alaska

I chose this photo because i loved the stark whit sun star against the deep blue sky. I also enjoyed that the tips of the star start to turn slightly orange and thought this effect would b fun to play with.

Left of Model

Light used:

Gel: AP7200

Intensity: 100%

Angle: Elevation: -19 degrees, back Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ upstage

Light used:

Gel: NC

Intensity: 30%

Angle: Elevation: 0 degrees, Side Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ downstage

Light used:

Gel: G525

Intensity: 10%

Angle: Elevation: 23 degrees, Side Angle:  56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ downstage

Light used:

Gel: AP7200

Intensity: 100%

Angle: Elevation: 23 degrees, Back Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ upstage

Center

Light used:

Gel: AP6150

Intensity: 40%

Angle: Elevation: 54 degrees

In relation to Model: Direct backlight, 8′ downstage of model centered on model 17′ above deck

Light used:

Gel: G363

Intensity: 70%

Angle: Elevation: -37 degrees,

In relation to Model: Direct backlight, 8′ downstage of model, centered on model o’ above deck

Right of Model

Light used:

Gel: AP7200

Intensity: 100%

Angle: Elevation: 23 degrees, Back Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ upstage

Light used:

Gel: AP7200

Intensity: 100%

Angle: Elevation: -19 degrees, Back Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ upstage

Light used:

Gel: NC

Intensity: 30%

Angle: Elevation: 0 degrees, Side Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ downstage

Light used:

Gel: G525

Intensity: 20%

Angle: Elevation: 23 degrees, Side Angle: 56 degrees

In relation to Model: 8′ downstage

Virtual Light Lab: Four Seasons

  1. Fall Sunset in Hawaii

The picture above was my inspiration. I liked the deep purples and bright oranges and how the clouds cover the middle section.

Model:

  • AP7450 FULL

0 degree elevation angle

56 degree back angle

12? stage right of model

8′ upstage of model

  • AP7450 FULL

0 degree elevation angle

56 degree side angle

12′ stage right of model

8′ downstage of model

  • AP7450 FULL

54 degree elevation angle

Direct back light

8′ upstage of model

  • G990 75%

23 degree elevation angle

56 degree side angle

12′ stage left of model

8′ downstage of model

  • G990 25%

0 degree elevation angle

56 degree side angle

12′ stage left of model

8′ downstage of model

Backdrop:

  • Top: G150 50%, G890 Full, G915 Full
  • Bottom: AP7450 Full, AP8250 Full

2. Spring Sunrise on Long Island

I chose this picture because I loved the contrast between the blue and the oranges and yellows. I also love that it is on the water and the way in which the sun is reflected.

Model:

  • G335 75%

23 degree elevation angle

56 degree side angle

12′ stage right of model

8′ downstage of model

  • G450 75%

0 degree elevation angle

56 degree back angle

12′ stage right of model

8′ upstage of model

  • G315 90%

-19 degree elevation angle

56 degree back angle

12′ stage right of model

8′ upstage of model

  • G840 75%

32 degree elevation angle

56 degree side angle

12′ stage left of model

8′ downstage of model

  • G882 30%

23 degree elevation angle

56 degree side angle

12′ stage left of model

8′ downstage of model

Backdrop:

Top: G790 75%, G890 Full, G915 Full

Bottom: G450 50%, G245 Full, G315 Full

 

3. Noon on a Summer Day in New England

I chose this picture because to me, summer means going to the beach. I love the vastness of the ocean and how long the boardwalk seems to be.

Model:

  • G785 40%

0 degree elevation angle

56 degree side angle

12′ stage right of model

8′ downstage of model

  • AP7350 75%

48 degree elevation angle

37 degree side angle

6′ stage right of model

8′ downstage of model

  • G720 50%

54 degree elevation angle

Direct Backlight

8′ upstage of model

  • G790 FULL

48 degree elevation angle

37 degree side angle

6′ stage left of model

8′ downstage of model

  • G880 25%

0 degree elevation

56 degree side angle

12′ stage left of model

8′ downstage of model

Backdrop:

Top: G790 50%, G915 Full

Bottom: No color 75%, G840 Full

 

4. Winter Afternoon in Alaska

I chose this picture as reference because I liked that you can see the mountains in the background and the color of the sky makes you feel how cold it is.

Model:

  • AP4400 50%

0 degree elevation angle

56 degree side angle

12′ stage right of model

8′ downstage of model

  • AP7250 70%

37 degree elevation angle

56 degree side angle

12′ stage right of model

8′ downstage of model

  • AP3400 75%

42 degree elevation angle

48 degree side angle

9′ stage right of model

8′ stage left of model

  • AP4500 20%

37 degree elevation angle

56 degree side angle

12′ stage left of model

8′ downstage of model

  • AP6600 50%

0 degree elevation angle

56 degree side angle

12′ stage left of model

8′ downstage of model

Backdrop:

Top: AP2080 25%, AP3550 Full, AP3450 Full, AP3400 50%

Bottom: AP3300 Full, AP2180 Full

Four Seasons

1) Fall Sunset in Vermont:

Fall Sunset

Oranges and purples represent fall for me completely, the array. As for sunsets, they usually have so many colors in them and I tried to replicate that in my picture and still be true to the fall color-scheme. I chose to add a dark blue on top to show the night approaching. As for my models I wanted them to be shadowy. I added pink into the model lighting to give a warm , romantic feel to it.

Cyc Lights:

Top: L071 full, L126 at 50%

Bottom: G345 full, NC at 25%

Model Lighting:

G104:29 degree elevation angle/ 37 degree side angle. Intensity: 50%. SR

G375: 37 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree side angle. Intensity: 25% SR

G375: -19 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree back angle. Intensity: 25% SR

G341: 35 degree elevation angle/ direct back light. Intensity: 50%

G342: 54 degree elevation angle/ direct back light. Intensity: 50%

G104: 29 degree elevation angle/ 37 degree side angle. Intensity: 25%. SL

G375: 37 degree elevation angle/56 degree side angle. Intensity: 50%. SL

G375: -19 degrees elevation angle/56 degree back angle. Intensity: 25%

 

2) Spring Sunrise in New England

Spring Sunrise

In this picture, I replicated a sunrise that had pink tones to it. I believe that the lightness and the vibrant colors are very reminiscent of the spring time! Yellows and pinks also remind me of flowers, which is why I think this is a perfect choice for a spring sunrise. For the model lighting I still tried to keep it a little shadowy cause the sun is coming from the bottom while still keeping her vibrantly lit.

Cyc Lighting:

Top: AP8445 on full, Ap4700 at 25%

Bottom: AP745 on full, Nc at 25%, AP4700 at 25%

Model Lighting:

G341: 29 degree elevation angle/ 37 degree side angle. Intensity: 50% SR

G342: –19 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree side angle. Intensity: 50%. SR

G325: 54 degree elevation angle/ direct back light. Intensity: 25%

G342: 54 degree elevation angle/ direct back light. Intensity: 50%

G342: -31 degree elevation angle/ 37 degree side angle. Intensity: 25% SR

G323: 33 degree elevation angle/ 21 degree side angle. Intensity: full SL

G323: -19 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree side angle. Intensity: 25% SL

3) Noon on a Summer day in Brazil!

Brazilian Summer

Brazil at noon in the summer is light blue! It is always sunny and everything is almost overwhelmingly bright! I chose to lit my model as homogeneously as possible since in Brazil the light comes from everywhere, mostly the light is pretty white but I added some slight yellow tones to bring up some of the Brazilian warmness. The backdrop is the exactly color of the sky at noon time.

Cyc Light:

Top : AP1900 full, Ap200 at 25%, NC at 25%

Bottom: AP3520 Full, AP1900 Full, NC at 50%

Model Lighting:

L778: 32 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree side angle. Intensity: 25%. SR

L130: 23 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree side angle. Intensity: 75%. SR

L130: 32 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree side angle. Intensity: 50%. SL

AP2220: 23 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree side angle. Intensity: 50%. SL

L750: 54 degree elevation angle/ direct back light. Intensity: 75%

 

4) Winter Afternoon in Alaska

Winter

I chose to depict a post-snowstorm day in Alaska, when the sky is bright blue because the storm has passed but there is snow everywhere. I added some purple tones in the backdrop to make the blue cooler. As for the model lighting I added lights with very little color in them, I also did some front floor lights to represent the light that would be reflected from the snow.

Cyc Lighting:

Top: AP3300 at 25%, AP3150 at 25%, AP3450 Full and AP3800 at 75%

Bottom: AP3600 full, AP3500 full

Model Lighting:

Ap3300: 29 degree elevation angle/ 37 degree side angle. Intensity: 25%. SR

Ap3300: 23 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree side angle. Intensity: 50%. SR

AP280: -31 degree elevation angle/ 37 degree side angle. Intensity: 25%. SR

AP2180: 54 degree elevation angle/ direct back light. Intensity: 75%.

AP2180:  23 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree side angle. Intensity: 75%. SL

AP280: -31 degree elevation angle/ 37 degree side angle. Intensity: 25%. SL

 

 

virtual light lab assignment

1) Fall Sunset on Venus

venus

Lighting: Top Cyc Lights: G930full. Bottom Cyc Lights: Re226 full, Re119  full. People dancing lights: G845 (50%, 45 degrees front light), L007 (25%, 60 degrees front), L085 (Full, Back lighting 80 degrees), Lo26 (50%, Foot lighting 45 degrees stage left), Ap8250 (75%, Foot lighting 90 degrees), Ap7850 (75%, Foot lighting 60 degrees)

I chose these lighting because I think of sunset having a direction coming over the horizon and also I think of fall as having a warm sunset as the sun is soon to reflect red on the moon to create the harvest moon.  I felt that on Venus, the warm atmosphere and romantic nature of sunset could be emphasized to the extreme.

2) Spring Sunrise in New England

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Lighting: Top Cyc Lights: G515  50%, G470 full. Bottom Cyc Lights:  G1518 full. People: G1516 (25%, 45 degrees side light), Ap2330 (25%, 50 degrees sidelight), Ap4200 (25%, 50 degrees front), AP2200 (25%, 30 degrees front)

I chose to do the lighting this way because I think of sunrise in spring as misty and mysterious because the the earth is still cold so when the sun begins to warm it up, the mist rises and casts grey tones on everything in the early morning.

3) Noon on a Hot Summer Day on Mars

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Lighting: Top Cyc Lights: Re182 full, Re164 full, Red full, Red full. Bottom Cyc Lights: L122 50%, Red full, Re159 50%. Person: L322 (30%, 20 degrees front light), Red (50%, 45 degrees front light), Ap1800 (Full, 50% front light), AP8310 (75%, 90 degrees back light)

I chose to do the lights this way because I thought it would be fun to light as if a sci-fi director was directing a movie on Mars and wanted to emphasize the alien nature of the planet and how it is not normal. The red light is signature of Mars so I wanted it to overpower the world.

4) Winter Afternoon on Saturn

saturn

Lighting: Top Cyc Lights: L223 25%, G515 50%, L269 50%. Bottom Cyc Lights:  L299 75%, L257 75%, L345 full, L269 75%. Person: AP3400 (75%, 45 degrees side light), AP2030 (Full, 90 degrees top light)

I chose to do the lighting this way because I thought that the world would be snow capped and therefore reflect the cold blue coming from the atmosphere.  I also wanted it to be isolated and cold so I chose cold blues to light the ground.

Christina Bracco Light Lab

1) A Fall sunset in Vermont

The best part about sunsets is the backlight. The silhouette creates the mood of a sunset.

2) Easter sunrise in a Gothic Catherdral

The most beautiful thing about being inside a cathedral in the morning is seeing the sunlight come in through the stained glass windows. I tried to accomplish this by using different colored gels concentrated downstage as though there is a giant stained glass window on the fourth wall.

3) Noon on a hot Summer day in the Caribbean

I tried to create a full warm wash of beautiful sunlight using all angles and gel color.

4) Winter afternoon just before the snow

I tried to again, create sunlight using all angles and gel color, but this time, creating a cold mood as opposed to a warm Caribbean mood.

Four Seasons Project

1) A Fall Sunset in Vermont

Backdrop:
Top- NC 0%, G130 32%, GRN 0%, BLUE 25%
Bottom- G335 25%, G345 25%, GRN 0%, BLUE 0%

Top Light:
– L021 100%, 54 degree elevation direct backlight

Stage Left Side Light:
-NC 25%, 27 degree elevation

Stage Right Side Light:
-L102 75%, 37 degree elevation angle, 56 degree backlight angle
-NC 100%, 27 degree elevation angle, NC 100%
-37 degree elevation angle, 56 degree side angle, L780 10%

When I think of sunsets, I picture the moment that the sun has dipped below the horizon, leaving the sky still painted with oranges and reds, while the farther you get from the horizon, the more blues there are. I wanted the woman to be washed in bright orange, mimicking the intensity of the sun that blazes on you as the sun in low in the sky and right in your field of vision.

2) Easter Sunrise in a Gothic Catherdral

Backdrop:
Top- NC 50%, RED 0%, GRN 0%, BLUE 0%
Bottom- NC 0%, RED 0%, GRN 0%, L720 71%

Top Light:
-NC 59%, 54 degree elevation, direct backlight

Stage Left Side Light
-R2003 10%, 37 degree elevation angle
-R42 28%, 23 degree elevation angle, 56 degree side angle

Stage Right Side Light
-LHT020 75%, 37 degree elevation angle, 56 degree side angle
-R42 12%, 23 degree elevation angle, 56 degree side angle
-LHT008 14%, 27 degree elevation angle

I chose to have the cyc a greyish blue, because right when the sun is about rise, there is no color. However, because this setting is in a Gothic cathedral, I wanted to mimic the light that streams through the stained glass, making it more vibrant inside than it would be outside.

3) Noon on a hot summer day in the Caribbean

Backdrop:
Top- NC 0%, RED 0%, GRN 0%, AP3540 100%
Bottom- NC 50%, RED 0%, GRN 50%, BLUE 0%

Top Light:
-NC 100%, 90 degree elevation angle
-AP2140 100%, 52 degree elevation angle, 21 degree side angle
-(SL) RE179 25%, 48 degree elevation angle, 37 degree side angle
-(SR) RE179 25%, 48 degree elevation angle, 37 degree side angle

Stage Right Side Light
-NC 100%, 0 degree elevation angle

I wanted cyc to be a representation of the Caribbean water and sky, thus blending the green and blue together. Also, because the time is high noon in the hot Caribbean, I chose to use mainly white or gold light to imitate the heat of the area.

4) Winter afternoon just before the snow

Backdrop:
Top: NC 25%, RED 0%, GRN 0%, BLUE 0%
Bottom:  AP2320 75%, NC 50%, GRN 0%, BLUE 0%

Top Light:
-AP2280 50%, 54 degree elevation angle direct back light
-AP2040 50%, 48 degree elevation angle, 37 degree side angle

Stage Left Side Light:
-AP3200 100%, 0 degree elevation angle

Stage Right Side Light:
-AP2320 100%, 0 degree elevation angle

If you notice right before it snows, the sky is bright and grey and the clouds hang heavy in the sky. I tried to replicate this with the cyc being slightly darker on the top. Also, I lit the actor in greys and blues because even though snow is magical, winter is still a dreary, dull time.

Easter Sunrise in a Cathedral

Models lit :

1 NC@75%, 12 ft above deck, 12 feet stage left of models, 8 ft downstage, 16 foot throw, 23% elevation angle, 56 side angle

1 AP@75%,12 ft above deck, 12ft stage left, direct sidelight, 13ft throw, 27% elevation angle

1AP@Full, 17ft above, center light, 8ft downstage, 14ft throw, 54% elevation, direct back light

1Yel@75%, 12ft above, 12ft stage left, 8ft upstage, 16ft throw, 23 degree elevation, 56 degree back angle

1Ap1100@75%,12ft above, 12ftr

Backlight lit:

1NC@ Full, upstage

Noon on a summer day in the caribbean

Model lit:

1Yel@Full, 12 ft above deck, 12ft stage right, direct sidelight, 13ft throw, 27 degree elevation angle

1Red@50%, 17ft above deck, centered, 8ft downstage, 14ft throw, 54 degree elevation angle, direct backlight

1Green@Full, 12ft above, 12ft stage left, direct sidelight, 13ft throw, 27 degree elevation angle

Stage lit:

1Green@ Full downstage

1Red@Full downstage

1Green@Full downstage

 

Autumn

Model lit:

1AP7800@Full, 12ft above, 12ft stage right, 8ft upstage, 16ft throw, 23 degree elevation, 56 degree back angle

1yel@50%, 17ft above, centered, 8ft downstage, 14ft throw, 54 degree elevation, direct backlight

1red@full, 12ft above, 12ft stage left, 8ft throw,23 degree elevation, 56 degree back angle

stage lit:

1red@full, upstage

1green@full, upstage

1red f@full, downstage

BEFORE SNOW

Model lit:

1AP2330@25%, 12ft above, 12ft stage right, direct sidelight, 13ft throw, 27 degree elevation angle

1cyan@25%, 17ft above, 6ft stage right, direct sidelight, 13ft throw, 61 degree elevation

1AP2330@Full, 17ft above, centered, 8ft downstage, 14 ft throw, 54 degree elevation angle, direct backlight

1cyan@25%. 17ft above, 6ft stage left, direct sidelight, 13ft throw, 61 degree elevation

1AP2330@75%, 12ft above, 12ft stage left , direct sidelight, 13ft throw, 27 elevation angle

Stage lit:

1NC@full, upstage me

1NC@50%, downstage

Light Lab

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Caribbean:

1) G327 @ 75%–> Ten feet above deck, 6′ SR of model, 16′ DS of model, 18′ throw, 13 degree Elevation angle, 21 degree side angle

2)G327 @ 25% –> Ten feet above deck, 6′ SL of model, 16′ DS of model, 18′ throw, 13 degree elevation, 21 degree side angle

3) G327 @ 20% –> 12 feet above deck, 12′ SR of model, 16′ DS of model, 21′ throw, 17 degree elevation, 37 degree side angle

As it is difficult to portray exactly where someone is if they are merely standing in sunlight, I added the background aid in showing the location. I lit the model from all sides but made one side significantly brighter to show that it is a bright sunny day, and still showing the location of the sun. I chose a warm amber to give her a warm glow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Before Snow:

CYC: Top: G1583 @ 50, Blue @ Full, Bottom: G1583 @ 80, Blue @ 90

1) AP 1150 @ 75 –> 17′ above deck, 3′ SR of model, 16′ DS of model, 20′ throw, 34 degree elevation, 11 degree side angle

2) AP 4830 @ Full with template –> 17′ above stage, 12′ SL or model, direct side light, 16′ throw, 43 degree elevation

3) Ap 4830 @ 75 –> 15′ above deck, 12′ SL of model, direct side light, 15′ throw, 37 degree elevation angle

4) AP 4830 @ full with template –> 17′ above stage, 12′ SL of model, 8′ DS of model, 18′ throw, 37 degree elevation, 56 degree side light

5) AP 4830 @ 75 –> 12′ above, 12′ SL of model, direct side light, 13′ throw, 27 degree elevation

Before snow, the sky has gray that mixes in with the blue. A cold blanket seems to cover the ground. In order to portray this I used an icy blue wash over the model but added in a single slightly warm light so she didn’t look washed out. Then I added a template which created shadows across her body, adding to the feeling of cold and making her look more dramatic. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1) R32 @ Full –> 17′ above deck, 12′ SR of model, direct side light, 16′ throw, 43 degree elevation,

2) R 32 @ full–> 17′ above deck, 12′ SL of model, direct side light, 16′ throw, 43 degree elevation

3) R03 @ full –> 17′ above deck, 3′ SR of model, 8′ US of model, 14′ throw, 52 degree elevation, 21 degree back angle

4) Ro3 @ full –> 17′ above deck, 3′ SL of model, 8′ US, 14′ throw, 52 degree elevation, 21 degree back angle

5) R03 @ full w/ template –> 17′ above, center stage, 8′ US, 14′ throw, 52 degree elevation, direct back light

6) R 06 @ 75–> 17′ above, center stage, 16′ DS, 19′ throw, 35 degree elevation, direct backlight

For my cathedral I attempted to recreate the glow that seems to be created by the stained glass windows on the side (I used the R32 from opposite sides). I also wanted to create a glow around the model, so I used three back lights, one with a template to add some texture. Then I had to balance out her face so she was well lit, and I used a light straight above her to create an almost angelic look.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CYC: Top: Blue @ Full, Red @ Full; Bottom: Yellow @ 50% Red at 25%

1) R43 @ Full –> 17′ above deck, 3′ SR of model, 8′ US of model,  14′ throw, 52 degree elevation, 12 degree back angle

2) R52@ full –> 17′ above deck, center stage, 8′ US of model, 14′ throw, 54 degree elevation, direct backlight

3)R43 @ full –> 17′ above, 3′ SL of model, 8′ US of model, 14′ throw, 52 degree elevation, 21 degree back angle

4) R 38@ 50 –> 10′ above stage, 6′ SL of model, 16′ DS of model, 18′ throw, 13 degree elevation, 21 degree side angle

5) AP6600@ Full –> 15′ above, 12′ SL of model, 8′ US of model, 17′ throw, 32 degree elevation, 56 degree side light

For the sunset I wanted to use a lot of color to recreate the pinkish glow that people get when standing near a sunset. I made sure all the brighter light came from one direction to show where the sun was. I used a few different pinks from all angles to create the pinkish glow, then hit her from the side with a brighter amber to fill in her face and create the look of the sun hitting her from the side.