4 Seasons Project

AP 7550 @ 17%, 6 feet above deck, 12 feet stage right of model, 8 feet downstage of model, 14 foot throw, 56 degree side angle.

AP 7750 @ 28%, 1 foot above deck, 12 feet stage right of model, direct sidelight to model, 13 foot throw, -23 degree elevation angle.

AP 7550 @ full, 1 foot above deck, 12 feet stage left of model, direct sidelight to model, 13 foot throw, -23 degree elevation angle.

AP 7750 @ 28%, 6 feet above deck, 12 feet stage left of model, 8 feet downstage of model, 14 foot throw, 56 degree side angle.

AP 7750 @ 29%, 17 feet above deck, 6 feet stage left of model, 8 feet upstage of model, 15 foot throw, 48 degree elevation angle, 37 degree back angle.

AP 7550 @ 90%, 17 feet above deck, centered on model, direct down light on model, 11 foot throw.

AP 6300 @ full, 17 feet above deck, centered on model, 8 feet downstage of model, 14 foot throw, 54 degree elevation angle, direct backlight.

AP 4150 @ 87%, 17 feet above the deck, centered on model, 16 feet downstage of model, 19 foot throw, 35 degree elevation angle, direct backlight.

— I focused on the yellowish aspect of the sunset.  I also wanted to blend a little bit of red in to the mix as well.  I think a sunset includes the colors yellow, red and orange which creates the sunset feel of lighting.  I really focused on the sky and how it fades from an intense yellow to an almost light blue. I thought this lighting depicted a sunset pretty well.

AP 4650 @ 59%, 1 foot above deck, 12 feet stage right of model, 8 feet downstage of model, 15 foot throw, -19 degree elevation angle, 56 degree side angle.

AP 4650 @ 60%, 1 foot above deck, 12 feet stage left of model, 8 feet downstage of model, 15 foot throw, -19 degree elevation angle, 56 degree side angle.

NC @ 21%, 6 feet above deck, 12 feet stage right of model, 8 feet downstage of model, 14 foot throw, 56 degree side angle.

NC @ Full, 17 feet above the deck, 6 feet stage right of model, 8 feet downstage of model, 15 foot throw, 48 degree elevation angle, 37 degree side angle.

NC @ 10 %, 6 feet above deck, 12 feet stage left of model, 8 feet downstage of model, 14 foot throw, 56 degree side angle.

NC @ 49 %, 1 foot above deck, 12 feet stage left of model, direct sidelight to model, 13 foot throw, -23 degree elevation angle.

—  The easter sunrise in a gothic church seemed to have a white, blueish and pink color to it.  The sunlight that comes in to the church is basically white but with the stained glass windows I thought and easter sunrise would mostly have subtle hints of blue and pink.  I thought the overall light should be bright and I think the hint of blue also makes it feel like a sunrise.

NC @ 63%, 1 foot above the deck, 12 feet stage right of model, 8 feet downstage of model, 15 foot throw, -19 degree elevation angle, 56 degree side angle.

AP 4680 @ 86%, 6 feet stage right of model, 8 feet downstage of model, 12 foot throw, -31 degree elevation angle, 37 degree side angle.

AP 4680 @ 27%, 6 feet stage left of model, 8 feet downstage of model, 12 throw, -31 degree elevation angle, 37 degree side angle.

NC @ 22%, 1 foot above the deck, 12 feet stage left of model, 8 feet upstage of model, 15 foot throw, -19 degree elevation angle, 56 degree back angle.

AP 4680 @ Full, 17 feet above deck, centered on model, 8 feet downstage of model, 14 foot throw, 54 degree elevation angle, direct backlight.

NC @ 12 %, 17 feet above the deck, 3 feet downstage of model, 16 feet downstage of model, 20 foot throw, 34 degree elevation angle, 11 degree side angle.

NC @ 31%, 17 feet above the deck, 3 feet stage left of the model, 16 feet downstage of the model, 20 foot throw, 34 degree elevation angle, 11 degree side angle.

—  A hot summer day in the Caribbean is depicted by bright white light and a very small hint of sky or light blue.  The key to creating this kind of lighting was to use lots of white light because a hot summer day will be very bright and have a lot of white light.  Again I focused on the sky and the color it turns in the particular setting.  In this case it is white and a very clear light blue which I think represents a hot summer day.

AP 2330 @ Full, 6 feet stage right of the model, 8 feet downstage of the model, 12 foot throw, -31 degree elevation angle, 37 degree side angle.

AP 2330 @ Full, Centered on model, 8 feet downstage of the model, 10 foot throw, -37 degree elevation angle, direct back light.

AP 2330 @ Full, 6 feet stage left of model, 8 feet downstage of model, 12 foot throw, -31 degree elevation angle, 37 degree side angle.

NC @ 7%, 17 feet above the deck, 3 feet stage left of the model, 8 feet downstage of model, 14 foot throw, 52 degree elevation angle, 21 degree side angle.

NC @ 95 %, 17 feet above the deck, 3 feet stage right of the model, 8 feet downstage of model, 14 foot throw, 52 degree elevation angle, 21 degree side angle.

—  A winter afternoon just before snow appears to me as a very grey/ white kind of lighting.  The clouds start to hover, creating that grayish color and the white comes from the sun trying to shine light through the clouds.  I think a stark white and a musky gray are the two primary colors that can make up this kind of lighting for this atmosphere.

 

Be the first to leave a comment. Don’t be shy.

You must be logged in to post a comment.