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Photo Observation #10

2. Website: www.creailtuoweb.it

Photo by: James Mills

3. The lighting in this photo is, for the most part, very mysterious. The fog in the trees adds to the feeling of mystery as well, but something about the light path that moves through the forest adds a lot of whimsy to the phot. It feels as if there’s a magical world just below the floor of these woods..

Lighting Observation #10

1. Date: April 19, 2018
Time: 10:00pm
Location: My Bathroom
2. There is a small lilac nightlight in the outlet near the door to the bathroom. It’s very faint, but it casts a pale glow on everything around it.
3. The light makes the otherwise completely dark room feel very mysterious. It lights everything very faintly and with a color that seems just off-white although the color is actually purple. Everything that is affected by this faint light, looks as if the moon is shining on it. It gives the room a glow instead of complete illumination.

Light Observation #9

1. Date: April 9, 2018
Time: 10:00am
Location: Right in front of Emily Lowe Hall
2. During the sunrise, the sun hits some of the trees on the quad. It creates a very defined look.
3. The way the sun hits the trees at this time in the morning inspires a fleeting sense of comfort. This lighting provides clarity and warmth to an otherwise dreary and objectively boring collection of trees.

Virtual Light Lab Project

  1. A Fall Sunset in Vermont

The warm background colors remind me of the changing of the leaves during fall. Not quite earthy but not quite summer tones are the colors that encompass the fall atmosphere

RE007

25% intensity

52 degree elevation angle

21 degree side angle

17 feet above deck

3 feet stage right of the model

8 feet down stage of the model

14 foot throw

RE007

25% intensity

52 degree elevation angle

21 degree side angle

17 feet above the deck

3ft stage left of the model

8ft down stage of the model

14 foot throw

54/67

75% intensity

27 degree elevation angle

12ft above deck

12ft sr of model

Direct side light to model

13 ft throw

95/95

25% intensity

42 degree elevation angle

48 degree side angle

17 feet above the deck

9 feet stage right of the model

8 feet down stage of model

16 foot throw

95/95

25% intensity

42 degree elevation angle

48 degree side angle

17 feet above the deck

9 feet stage left of the model

8 feet downstage of the model

16 f00t throw

2. Spring Sunrise

Spring is the season that provides more of a pastel palette to nature. I tried to incorporate some pastel flowery colors directly onto the model.

RE243

50% intensity

27 degree elevation angle

12 feet above the deck

12 feet stage right of the model

Direct sidelight to the model

13 foot throw

RE007

50% intensity

42 degree elevation angle

48 degree side angle

17 feet above the deck

9 feet stage right of the model

8 feet down sage of model

16 foot throw

AP3180

50% intensity

90 degree elevation angle

17 feet above the deck

Center on the model

Direct downlight on model

11 foot throw

RE007

50% intensity

42 degree elevation angle

48 degree side angle

17 feet above the deck

9 feet stage left of the model

8 feet downstage of model

16 foot throw

AP2020

75% intensity

27 degree elevation angle

12 feet above the deck

12 feet stage left of the model

Direct sidelight of model

13 foot throw

Fall sunset

RE007

25% intensity

52 degree elevation angle

21 degree side angle

17 feet above the deck

3 feet stage right of the model

8 feet down stage of the model

14 foot throw

RE007

25% intensity

52 degree elevation angle

21 degree side angle

17 feet above the deck

3 feet stage left of the model

8 feet down stage of the model

14 foot throw

54/67

75% intensity

27 degree elevation angle

12 feet above the deck

12 feet stage right of the model

Direct side light to the model

13 foot throw

95/95

25% intensity

42 degree elevation angle

48 degree side angle

17 feet above the deck

9 feet stage right of the model

8 feet down stage of the model

16 foot throw

95/95

25% intensity

42 degree elevation angle

48 degree side angle

17 feet above the deck

9 feet stage left of the model

8 feet down stage of the model

16 foot throw

3. Hot Summer in Hawaii

Warm colors are most common to show up in Hawaii. Hawaiian flowers are vibrant and plentiful, so I tried to incorporate some of those colors directly onto the model. I also equate Hawaii with relaxation, so I wanted calming colors to be present.

54/67

75% intensity

27 degree elevation angle

12 feet above the deck

12 feet stage right of the model

Direct side light to the model

13 foot throw

27/67

25% intensity

42 degree elevation angle

48 degree side angle

17 feet above the deck

9 feet stage right of the model

8 feet down stage of the model

16 foot throw

RE 007

25% intensity

52 degree elevation angle

21 degree side angle

17 feet above the deck

3 feet stage right of the model

8 feet down stage of model

14 foot throw

RE007

25% intensity

52 degree elevation angle

21 degree side angle

17 feet above the deck

3 feet stage left of model

8 feet down stage of the model

14 foot throw

67/13

25% intensity

42 degree elevation angle

48 degree side angle

17 feet above the deck

9 feet stage left of the model

8 feet down stage of the model

16 feet throw

54/54

75% intensity

27 degree elevation angle

12 feet above the deck

12 feet stage left of model

Direct side light to model

13 foot throw

 

4. Winter in North Dakota

Winter is a season that tends to imply cooler tones, considering the cool temperatures. I used white for the bottom of the background to look snowy since North Dakota is a state that gets a lot of snow in winter. I added pale blues and yellows to show a little bit of sun coming through onto the model.

R4515

75% intensity

23 degree elevation angle

56 degree side angle

12 feet above the deck

12 feet stage right of the model

8 feet down stage of the model

16 foot throw

R69

75% intensity

75 degree elevation angle

17 feet above the deck

3 feet stage right of the model

Direct sidelight to the model

11 foot throw

R69

75% intensity

75 degree elevation angle

17 feet above the deck

3 feet stage left of the model

Direct sidelight to the model

11 foot throw

R4515

75% intensity

23 degree elevation angle

56 degree side angle

12 feet above the deck

12 feet stage left of the model

8 feet down stage of the model

16 foot throw

 

 

Photo Observation #8

2. Taken By: Lucas Zimmermann
3. Surreal
4. The lighting in this picture looks like it belongs in a rave or at a really big party. Instead, it is at a cross section seemingly in the middle of nowhere. The way the Light is shining, it seems like they’re stage lights, and they provide the feeling that stakes are high.

Lighting Observation #8

1. Date: March 28, 2018
Time: 9:10am
Location: Lowe 201
2. A pale bluish light shone through the window and reflected on the whiteboard. The light seemed to highlight every detail on the surface of the blank board.
3. The pale blue light gave me a simple, breezy feeling. It was a light that made me want to jump into it and leave trouble behind. It seemed as if it was meant to be on a flower but instead was just shining through a window.

Photo Observation #7

2. Website: www.videoblocks.com

Photo by: Riko Shae

3. This photo shows the beginning and end of many scary movies. There is a chilling feeling tied to driving on a dark road surrounded by trees. The lighting from the car, the only source of helpful light outside of the moon, is also creating creepy shades and low lighting that adds to the scary mood captured in this photo.

 

 

Lighting Observation #7

1. Date: March 14, 2018
Time: 9:05am
Location: Lowe Room 201
2. When the window closest to the front of the room is opened, letting the light from the sunrise in, there is a small, heart-shaped shard of lighting that breaks distinctly away from the lighting in the rest of the room.
3. This small light inspires a feeling of hope. The fact that it tears away from the rest of the lighting in the room to remain isolated feels interesting because it is a heart. It seems almost like it is keeping itself safe.

Photo Observation #6


2. Photo by: Scott Klinker
Website: www.scottklinker.com
3. Happy
4. The lighting in this photo looks like the sun shining through a strangely designed window shade. It provides the feeling of waking up in the morning on a Saturday and knowing you don’t have any daunting responsibilities ahead of you. I hear birds chirping and I imagine a big front yard and see sunlight shining between the trees. This photo represents stability and leisure, both of which bring happiness along with them.

Light Observation #6

1. Date: March 8, 2018
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Intersection of Primrose Lane and Duncan Road
2. There is a single street light right at the intersection of two roads. It shines a vibrant white onto a section of the road
3. The light creates an eerie feeling. This is the kind of lighting that makes you feel unsettled. It also makes you feel the need to check behind you to make sure no one is following because you fear the sight of a shadow directly following your own.