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The Automated Lighting Programmer's Handbook [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Brad Schiller

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15. Oktober 2010
Now in full color, this guide helps the lighting designer with all of the many creative and operational challenges you face. Providing respected and clear coverage of the process of programming automated lighting fixtures, Brad Schiller brings you from basic principles to pre-production preparations. Concepts, procedures, and guidelines to ensure a successful production are covered as well as troubleshooting, much needed information on work relationships, and of course all of the fun technology including LED lighting, console networking, digital lighting, and more. The final chapter brings the creative thinking of some of the heaviest hitting lighting designers of today, featuring Butch Allen, Jason Badger, Mike Baldassari, Richard Belliveau, Allen Branton, John Broderick, Dall Brown, Mark Butts, David Chance, Christian Choi, Vickie Claiborne, David Davidian, Patrick Dierson, C. Andrew Dunning, Mike Falconer, John Featherstone, Cory Fitzgerald, Laura Frank, Demfis Fyssicopulos, Craig Gaff, Steve Garner, Jon Griffin, Tim Grivas, Rob Halliday, Bryan Hartley, Bud Horowitz, Steve Irwin, Seth Jackson, Mark "Junior" Jacobson, Shannon January, David "Gurn" Kaniski, Mats Karlson, Eric Kennedy, Tom Kenny, Hillary Knox, Marcus Kromer, Jim Lenahan, Steve Lieberman, Esteban Lima, Heath Marrinan, Michael Nevitt, Adrian Ngieng, Paul Normandale, Jim Ohrberg, Steve Owens, Mitch Peebles, Paul Pelletier, John Rayment, Benoit Richard, Scott Riley, Larry "Uncle Fester" Robbins, Timothy F. Rogers, Susan Rose, Arnold Serame, Marsha Stern, Henry M. Sume, Howard Ungerleider, Lawrence Upton, Jon "Hillbilly" Weir, and Ross Williams.

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"For all those who want to be the guy behind the moving light console this book is a great first step on the road. For all those who are already that guy, this book has some good tips and tricks from one of the best." --Mike Falconer, A.C.T Lighting, Inc. "The Automated Lighting Programmer's Handbook will, without a doubt, become the resource for newcomers to the field of moving light programming and rightly so." - Lighting Dimensions "Focal Press has released the second edition of Brad Schiller' s The Automated Lighting Programmer's Handbook. Originally released in 2003, this updated edition is in full-color and includes the basics to advanced-level programming. Input from some of the world' s leading programmers and designers is featured."

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Brad Schiller has over 20 years experience in the lighting industry. He has worked as a Technical Director and Lighting Designer, as well as an Automated Lighting Programmer. He has also been employed by High End Systems where he has assisted with product development, training, and testing for many popular fixtures and consoles. Brad has experience with various types of productions including theatre, television, concerts, film, architectural, dance, and industrials. Project favorites include: The 1996 Academy Awards, the Capitol of Puerto Rico, The Sydney 2000 Olympic Games Opening and Closing Ceremonies, The Crystal Method, and Metallica. Brad Schiller is also a featured columnist for Projection Lights and Staging News (PLSN). His monthly column titled "Feeding the Machines" teaches programming principles in a simple and straightforward manner. Furthermore, he has written for other industry publications and authored several industry manuals. Brad was presented with the Technician of the Year award at the 2005 LDI awards ceremony and described as "the programmer's programmer".

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4 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
3.0 von 5 Sternen A Good Effort ... A Little Pricey for the Contents 3. April 2011
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-The text provides sage advice. I very much appreciate the author's "Rule #9" which basically states that if you do not understand how to create "an effect or look ... admit it" (xxv). Love it! I wish more people in the industry took that credo to heart.
-The author's writing is occasionally playful. It's refreshing to have a text that doesn't mire itself in lingo and jargon. (With that said, I'm not a fan of the "Life is Like a Box of Chocolates" heading (125). I'm pretty sure that should never be uttered or written ever again.)
-Chapter 13 "Words of Wisdom from Industry Professionals." It provides a wide array of advice from both programmers and designers.

Potential Cons:
-I must concur with one of the previous reviews: I did expect a bit more of an in-depth study for nearly $40.00.
-It features precious few examples (and even fewer photos of the end-product).
-A few editing errors here and there. The bold-type heading "Stay as Cool as You Fan" was a particularly startling typo that should have been caught by the publisher (61). Editing errors like this do undermine the text's authority. (My own students love to point them out ... which is insanely annoying.)

This text could prove a valuable supplement to your professional library. However, if I were selecting my texts for the semester, I would probably skip this one and order a slightly more expensive but extensive study.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Clearly written overview 26. Mai 2011
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The first thing I noticed about this book is that it doesn't read like a dry, esoteric textbook. It is written clearly - there's not a whole lot of filler and it is well organized.

It's a pretty broad overview about how to manage a light system for small to medium-sized venues and events. I'd say it's a decent introduction to running lights in these types of venues.

However, after reading it I decided that it's a complex field, and definitely something I would hire someone else to take care of -- someone with a little more knowledge and experience about lighting consoles and other related equipment.

But if you want to get your feet wet in automated lighting, this is a great book to start with. Five stars!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Fine intro to all kinds of special lighting! 28. Oktober 2011
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For anyone interested in lighting programming techniques, this book is a must. For theater, industry, large projects, and even home uses, you can learn a lot from this book. And for students, a very comprehesive manual that not only can help you get started, but will be useful for many years.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Programming has many definitions. 21. April 2014
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If you thought this was a book for programmers (the computer kind) about programming *for* lighting systems (like i did), think again. That being said, if you are the computer kind of programmer writing programs for lighting systems, then this book is a very good introduction to technical aspects of physical lighting systems. It will help you with the vocabulary, the concepts, and much about the whole lighting trade. Definitely a book to read. If you're trying to learn about operating lights, see other reviews who have done a better job than i would.
5.0 von 5 Sternen SO INFORMATIVE 13. März 2014
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This book has started me to thinking about aspects of programming that i never even considered while programming. It is just so helpful!!
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