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Theatre Lighting

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Rachael Wright

on 28 May 2010

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This Prezi presentation is brought to you by Rachael Wright Theatre Lighting History of lighting in the theatre The key creators of lighting devices The types of lighting lanterns used in modern theatre How a lighting lantern works The sub-patch Dmx- lighting control desk The role of a lighting engineer Equipment flow chart Thanks to the following sites for the information
http://www.livestream.com/thestagetechchannel Fresnel Flood Profile spotlight Parcan http://www.trilogyplayers.com/uploads/1/7/6/5/1765031/stage_lighting_wlr_ppt.ppt. The role of the lighting engineer is to design and implement the lighting arrangements for live and pre-recorded media events. Such as concerts, theatre productions, Tv programs, movies etc. DMX DMX is a system that controls "intelligent" lighting fixtures and dimmers. Lighting control desk DMX cable
PC (Pebble Convex) Flood Fresnel PC (Pebble Convex) Profile spotlight The flood consists of a reflector in a box, with no lense. The reflector concentrates the light to the opening of the box. You can only control the general direction of the flood. (Pronounced "Frennel) The size of the beam is adjusted by moving the reflector and lamp farther or closer to the (Fresnel) lens. The beam is shaped by the four "barndoors" attached to the front of the lantern. The PC works in basically the same way as the Fresnel. Instead of the Fresnel lens this lantern uses a modified plano-convex lens with a pebbled effect on the plano (flat) side. When the two lenses inside the spotlight are far apart the beam of light is narrow. With the lenses close together the beam is wider. The profile gets its name from being able to project the shape of anything, formed by either the shutters or a "gobo" (thin metal with a shape cut out of it).
http://www.theatrecrafts.com/lx_lanterns.html http://www.interactive-online.com/what-is-dmx http://www3.northern.edu/wild/liteDes/Idhist.htm http://www.myjobsearch.com/careers/lighting-engineer.html Aime Argand-
Oil lamp

Thomas Edison-
Incandescent light bulb, "incandescent filament" lamp

Kliegl Brothers-
Fresnel lens spotlight, ellipsoidal reflector spotlight

Henry Drummond-
Limelight/Drummond light

Sir Humphry Davy-
carbon arc lamp

Charles Bush-
Practical dynamo (which made the carbon arc lamp a warkable source of light)

Altman Lighting-
360Q axial ellipsiodal

ETC-
Source4 ellipsoidal reflector spotlight, Obsession control board, Express control board
http://www.ehow.com/about_6494194_theater-spotlights_.html The parts of a lantern (Digital Multiplex) Sub-patch DMX Light Source Lighting control desk
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