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Stage lighting technology - visible light
- Dec 21, 2018 -

Stage lighting, you are highlighting the four elements of vision, realism, aesthetics and performance. It has undergone many years of evolution. Gradually developed into a more sophisticated and advanced lighting system today. Whether the performance of the lighting design is successful or not is based on whether the treatment of the stage lighting is appropriate. Stage lighting is an important part of the performance space. It is based on the development of the plot to carry out the lighting design of the visual environment for the characters and the specific scenes required, and aims to reproduce the artistic creation of the design intent to the audience in a visual image. The spatial shape of characters and plots should be considered comprehensively and systematically, and the rules of styling should be strictly followed and good methods should be used.

The stage lighting is mainly produced by the combination of computer lights and other lamps. It is through different modeling scenes, different color changes, different viewing angles, horizontal and vertical light angle changes and speed, stroboscopic speed, aperture size change. , the focal length changes and other comprehensive performance.

Then, you must master these basics before you understand the stage lighting technology:

 

Visible light

Light is radiant energy that is transmitted in the form of electromagnetic waves. The wavelength range of electromagnetic wave radiation is very wide, and only this part of the radiation with a wavelength of 380-760 nm can cause light vision, called visible light. Light with a wavelength shorter than 380 nm is ultraviolet light, x-ray, and gamma rays; light longer than 760 nm is infrared light, radio waves, etc., which cannot produce light vision for the human eye, that is, it is invisible. Therefore, light is an objective energy and is closely related to people's subjective feelings.