Light Fantastic: The Art and Design of Stage Lighting (Photography)  by Max Keller, Johannes Weiss (Author)

In this book he divulges his extensive knowledge of every aspect of stage lighting, from natural phenomena and the history of light in the theater, to Goethe and Runge’s theories of color, to the fundamentals of optics and projection.


Lighting Technology: A Guide for the Entertainment Industry  by Brian Fitt (Author)

Formerly 'Lighting by Design', this book has been completely revised to include: * The latest advances in lighting technology 



Lighting and the Design Idea  by Linda Essig (Author)

Taking a process-oriented approach, this text introduces the steps involved in lighting design in the order they are encountered in practice.


Discovering Stage Lighting, Second Edition  by Francis Reid (Author)

This guide to the fundamentals of stage lighting includes a series of projects to allow experimentation, discussion and analysis. The necessary equipment is described in relation to its purpose, along with checklists and hints for practical use.



Concert Sound and Lighting Systems, Third Edition  by  John Vasey (Author)

Concert Sound and Lighting Systems provides comprehensive coverage of equipment and setup procedures for touring concert systems.




Concert Lighting, Second Edition: Techniques, Art and Business by   James Moody (Author)

Concert Lighting is a comprehensive primer on lighting design for concerts. Placing special emphasis on rock-and-roll concert lighting equipment and techniques, the book takes its reader on tour, covering every aspect of that experience for the touring professional lighting technician and designer.



The Stage Lighting Handbook  by Francis Reid (Author)

This popular guide to stage lighting, now in its fifth edition, is widely accepted as the standard work on the subject.


Light on the Subject: Stage Lighting for Directors and Actors - And the Rest of Us  by David Hays, Peter Brook (Designer)

Offers a problem-solving approach that provides a thorough knowledge of the craft but also with a useful human and creative dimension


Stage Lighting Design: The Art, the Craft, the Life by Richard Pilbrow (Author)  


The author, Richard Pilbrow. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , September 27, 1997

Stage Lighting Design from the "Art" to the "Life" My first book Stage Lighting seems to have been an influence on quite a few people. The new one is both up-to-date and hopefully wiser. It also talks of all that stuff usually left out in class. How to earn a living without getting fired, etc. Enjoy!


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