2014, by Anne E. McMills. "What are the do's and don'ts of being a good assistant lighting designer? What are focus tapes, and how do I use them? What is the best method for creating a magic sheet? What should be found in every assistant's kit? How do I make that first important leap into this professional career? Answer these questions and many more with The Assistant Lighting Designer's Toolkit. This definitive guide unlocks the insider-secrets used to succeed as a professional assistant lighting designer (ALD) - whether choosing assisting as a career or while transitioning to another. This book outlines, step-by-step, the challenges the ALD faces during every phase of production. Never before has a resource existed that views the design process through the eyes of the assistant. Intermingled among the nuts and bolts of the paperwork and essential procedures, top industry professionals reveal tips for personal survival in this challenging career - both domestically and abroad as well as in other careers in lighting. Within these pages are the industry secrets rarely taught in school! The author's website can be found at http://www.aldtoolkit.com/."
2013, by J. Michael Gillette. "Designing with Light is a comprehensive survey of the practical and aesthetic aspects of stage lighting design. The authors approach stage lighting design as an art that integrates the vision of director, actor, and playwright, and as a craft that provides practical solutions for the manipulation of stage space. The sixth edition offers a wealth of new information on new trends in lighting design."
1999, by Neil Fraser and Richard Attenborough. "In Stage Lighting Design, a leading expert guides readers through experience to knowledge, inviting them to investigate every aspect of the roles of the stage electrician and the lighting designer. Among the topics covered are choosing and using equipment; working with color; techniques for focusing; planning, testing, and executing a lighting design; lighting in the round and other staging layouts; and lighting Shakespeare, Brecht, and many other production styles. Throughout, safety points are emphasized and clearly highlighted in the text."
1993; Richard Palmer. "A basic text for advanced courses in Lighting Design in Theatre departments. New edition reorganizes material, adds coverage on instrumentation and control, and provides new chapter on the Performer. Many new illustrations."
1992, by Norman C. Boulanger. "An encyclopedia of essential equipment, techniques, and concepts, in some 1,200 alphabetically arranged entries, with extensive cross-referencing, and 350 drawings, diagrams, and charts. For both novice and experienced theatre technicians."
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