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Lighting for Digital Video and Television, 3rd Edition by John Jackman

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Much of the lighting that is covered in this book is temporary location lighting: mobile stands and stingers are used to mount instruments on location or on a temporary set. But of course many things are shot in television studios where a permanent light grid is installed, special HVAC (Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning) provides quiet cooling, and cameras on studio pedestals are wired into a control room. Lighting principles remain the same in a studio, but the installation is different.

Studios are a more controllable environment than locations and so are essential for situations that are more permanent, the most common local application ...

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