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Lighting 103: How Designers Gel Live Performances

Abstract: A dynamic, 3-D scene and hundreds of sources—a talk with a theatrical lighting designer Photo © Lucas Krech Today in Lighting 103, a little side trip. Fair warning: we are taking a bit of a deep dive. For some of you this will make your eyes glaze over. But for others, it'll be a very cool look into the way live performance lighting designers think with respect to color.
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