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Philosophy. Of lighting.

Sharing History, Part I

In which we look at learning the art of lighting through the lens of apprenticeship.

The Reality Triangle: Cheap

Part two of three in our series about the so-called Reality Triangle. Budgets are fickle things. At times, it seems as though budgets expand to fit the gear required, and other times, the client will pick nits like some sort of nit-picker. “A parking pass for your crew members? Are you joking?” And still other times, its as though the end client doesn’t really know what to expect in terms of what production costs are. This is somewhat understandable if you don’t work within or with this industry much; the average person wouldn’t know a moving light if one dropped onto the hood of their car, much less have even the slightest inkling what one should cost or the vaguest… Read More »The Reality Triangle: Cheap