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Extra info for A Practical Guide to Stage Lighting, Second Edition
The movement of a film loop (inserted into the same instrument) in the same focus can increase the illusion. If a scenic design consists of several walls, on the other hand, a system of templated instruments can be focused high on the walls. At a reduced intensity, the breakup pattern can visually add texture and subtle interest to the flat surfaces. Third, templates can be used to supply texture and dimensionality to animate or inanimate objects on the stage. One example of this is templates inserted in low-hung sidelights.
S. ) One analogy used to explain the three attributes uses the image of a water hose and a pump. Amperage is the amount of water (or electricity) available to pass through the hose to the pump. Wattage is the amount of water (or electricity) that must be pulled through the hose to power the pump. Voltage is the pressure at which the water (or electricity) is pushed through the hose. Two primary types of circuits are used to distribute electricity from the source to the load. An example of a parallel circuit is demonstrated by several clip lights plugged into a plugging strip.
The coverage usually begins at the downstage edge of the playing area. Sometimes this system is continued upstage using instruments in the overhead electrics, hung at matching diagonal frontlight angles. The colors used in the system can also be reinforced, with varying degrees of success, using instruments mounted on sidelight booms. The box boom location can also be useful for washes other than facial light. Depending on the location, low-hung instruments can be useful illuminating scenic legs or downstage drops.
A Practical Guide to Stage Lighting, Second Edition by Steven Louis Shelley