2.national geographic.com, photo of the day
4. When first thinking how to displaying intriguing lighting, I started with the fascination kids have when they are exploring or find something cool that just grabs their attention, mesmerizes them. That kind of tunnel vision turned into exploring and children playing as they discovered but I found this was best displayed in underwater photography. Intriguing lighting is not what we see its what we can’t see. It’s where the shadows start and end and how dark they get. It’s part of our human nature to push through that boundary, be intrigued enough by what’s beyond to go find out as these divers are. These colors enhance that since green is such and unnatural shade for lighting, especially on stage. Generally if we see green on stage its evil or jealous or alien. Underwater the light reacts differently with different surfaces to reflect off of. In conclusion, Intriguing lighting will lead you in like a child who found the hole into Wonderland.