As you know, stage lighting requires more technique and background than conventional lighting techniques. When we talked about stage lighting basics which means we need to talk about basics working principles and types of lighting fixtures, dmx, IPs, balancing, color controlling, emotion of light…etc.  As you see, there are tens of things should be clairified.

After reading stage lighting fundamentals post, I know that things will get more complicated in mind. You asked to yourself ‘where should I find more informations about stage lighting basics. Due, I started to work on searching for stage lighting basics and here are a few of well briefed videos in Chauvet‘s website about the topic. Hope you to enjoy well.

STAGE LIGHTING BASICS:

Moving Heads

Lens Choices

Cycs pars and strips

Fresnel vs Ellipsoidal

Opto Splitters

DMX Cables


LIGHTING & PROGRAMMING CONTROL:

IP Ratings

Dimming with LED fixtures

Making Useful Color Palettes

Focus Positions – Part 1

Focus Palettes – Part 2

A typical Fixture Parameters

Playing with focus – gobo morphing

ArtNet Broadcast vs Unicast

Programming Tips and Tricks

Making Effects Beam Palettes


DESIGN:

Sub Hung Truss Structures

 

Mastering Color, Part 1

 

Mastering Color, Part 2

 

LDs Professional Decorum

 

Balancing Video & Lighting

 

Beyond DMX

 

Environmental Lighting

 

Dynamic Video Setups


HOW TO TUTORIALS

Field Servicing Permanent Installations

 

Measurables and Light

 

Pixel Mapping Your Truss

 

Creative Use of Gobos

 

Utilizing Aerial Effects

 

Audience Blinders

 

Learning the Ropes

 

Moving Head Maintenance Basics


VIDEO INSIGHTS

Building Your Own Studio

 

Loving Lime

 

Covering The Angles

 

Layered Effects

 

Negative Space

 

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