|Lighting has come to be an important component of TV’s visual design. It is widely admitted that in TV/film, lights can create a significant emotional impact. This course will guide students the principles of lighting by using different professional lights, giving them a better understanding and confidence to deal with diverse lighting situations. The course consists of history, lighting designs, lighting plans and comparative lighting. Lighting design narrates the principles of lighting for stage, music shows, film, indoor and outdoor lighting for good production. The contents also give information about lighting style, qualities and components of a good lighting design. The subject aims to develop a good understanding of lighting techniques and lighting effects to enhance the quality of production.|
|Course Learning Outcomes|
Will have comprehensive but extensive knowledge of lighting techniques.Be able to create special camera effects by using different lighting techniques.Be able to make different camera designs as needed for TV direction.
|1 Art of Story telling 2 Emergence of Theatre Light 3 Importance of Lighting designer 4 Introduction of light: Natural and Artificial light 5 Role of Television Producer 6 Critical Analysis of Film Lighting 7 Stage lighting: Overview 8 Applied Design Method: Overview 9 Lighting Design Method: Dance 10 Dispersion of Sunlight 11 General Design Method: Overview 12 Lighting design method: stage 13 Lighting Design Method: Concept and Arena 14 Lighting Design methods: Opera and Music 15 Lighting Design Methods: TV and Film 16 Lighting design Methods: Use of Reflectors in outdoors 17 Chroma lighting basics 18 Film Lighting Basics: Mood Creation 19 Indoor lighting Basics 20 Lighting Floor Plan: Introduction Assignment No.1 21 Outdoor Lighting Basics 22 Lighting Floor Plan Layout 23 Stage lighting Fixtures Quiz No. 1 24 Stage lighting Mechanics and design Education 25 Topics for practical exercises 26 An introduction to stage lighting 27 Overview of lighting: Style and design 28 Stage lighting design evolution 29 Future Stage lighting 30 The lighting Designer: Good or Bad 31 Modern stage lighting design 32 Dispersion of Light 33 Objectives of Lighting: Visibility 34 Qualities of lighting designer 35 Lighting Style Concepts 36 Naturalism and motivation through lighting 37 Recoding minds of mind 38 Creation of Mood and atmosphere through light 39 Lighting Composition 40 Quality of Light: Brightness 41 Form and distribution of Light 42 Qualities of Light Intensity 43 Qualities of Light: Lighting Designer’s skill 44 Qualities of Light: Visibility 45 Color of light 46 Direction of light 47 Hard and soft lighting 48 Lighting Filters 49 Movement of light 50 Language of Light: Lighting as communication tool 51 Language of Light II 52 Communication Tools : Computer aided tool 53 Language of Light: Painting as communication Tool 54 Chiaroscuro 55 Tools of Lighting Quiz No. 2 56 Visibility VS Mood 57 Evolution in Lighting 58 Single source method Mid Semester Exams 59 Point Source method 60 Multi source method 61 Lighting Designer : Job responsibility 62 McCandless Lighting Method 63 Multi Source Lighting 64 McCandless’s Area of Lighting: Fixture and Methods 65 McCandless’s Method of planned Lighting 66 McCandless’s Method: Area Lighting 67 Toning and Blending 68 Background Lighting: Introduction 69 Background Lighting: Fixtures and Methods 70 Fixtures and Specials: lighting Fixtures Quiz No. 3 71 The Secret Method of lighting 72 3 Point Lighting 73 Stage lighting review 74 Film, Theater and TV Lighting 75 Anatomy of light 76 General Luminaire Types: Part 1 77 General Luminaire Types: Part 2 78 General Luminaire Types: Part 03 79 Color Temperature 80 Color Balancing 81 Measuring the Color Temperature 82 White Balance 83 Custom White Balance 84 Whit Balance in Mix Light 85 Sunlight Varying Color Temperature Assignment No.2 GDB 86 Color Temperature variation 87 Artificial Light Sources 88 Artificial Light Sources: Technical Advancements 89 Artificial Light Sources: Broken Spectrum 90 Artificial Light Sources: Compact Fluorescent Lamp 91 Artificial Light Sources: Other Types of Lamps 92 Measuring the intensity of light 93 Levels of Light 94 Light Meters 95 Color Temperature Meter 96 Technical Meeting 97 Lighting Plot 98 Following Source 99 Intensity and Ratio of Light 100 Lighting plot and Execution Quiz No. 4 101 Lighting set up: On the Location 102 The Art of Lighting: Film Vs TV 103 Lighting Ratios 2 104 Impact of Variation: In lighting Ratio 105 On Location: Lighting Setups 106 Flat and Dramatic Lighting 107 Lighting Multiple Subjects 108 Complex Lighting Set up 109 Rule of Stand – In 110 Existing Natural Light 111 Contrast Ratio 112 Alerting Appearances 113 High Key 114 Low Key 115 High Key Vs Low key 116 On-Location Lighting Recap Final Term Exams|