Technology / Television (TV) / Lighting Color
Lighting Color: Light may be 'colored' by placing a filter or gelatin in front of a light source.
Lighting: The placement, type, direction, and brightness or dimness of lights used on stage. Often lighting can establish mood, highlight specific characters, actions, or scenes, or serve symbolic purposes.
High-Key Lighting: A lighting style in which the ratio in intensity of key light to fill light is small. The result is an evenly lit set, with a low contrast between the bright and dark areas of the set.
Hand Coloring: Process of applying color tints, in the form of paint, to a photographic image to create or enhance the color effect.
Graduated Color: The range of color from light to dark or from warm to cool that results in a gradually changing effect.
Lighting Diffusion: The hardness or softness of a light source. Hard light casts a sharp, definite shadow.
Local Color: The actual color of an object being painted, unmodified by light or shadow. (An orange is orange)
Lighting Ratio: Ratio of the brightness of light falling on the subject from the main (key) light and other (fill) lights. A ratio of about 3:1 is normal for color photography.
Lighting Intensity: The power of a light source. Regarding the relative intensity of lighting sources, see three-point lighting.
Lighting Direction: The positioning of lights relative to the object being shot. The norm for lighting direction is three-point lighting.
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