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Stage Lighting Design The Art, The Craft, The Life Paperback – Illustrated, Import
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Richard Pilbrow first made his mark at Olivier's National Theatre, lighting shows such as the first Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead. He revolutionised stage lighting in Britain, designing the system for the new National and setting up Theatre Projects, the first independent lighting design company in the UK. He has been a consultant for theatres and concert halls in over 25 countries.
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True, the end product of lighting design is a visual medium, but the means of getting there are purely cerebral.
Lighting designs are drawn in black and white based on theory, knowledge, practical experience and the ability to visualize. This is a book on theory and knowledge culled from Pilbrow's extensive experience.
If you want to approach lighting design like a cake recipe or an auto repair manual then this is the wrong book for you and probably the wrong career.
If you are dedicated to your craft, want to add to your knowledge base and get more out of your work experience, buy this book. Reading this book is like sitting down with Pilbrow and asking him how he did this or that and why. As your career grows, you will find yourself rereading passages of this and getting more out of it each time.