THE PENELOPIAD | PROCESS
Similar to how Costume or Scenic Designers submit sketches of their designs to a team, the Lighting Script Treatment is a "sketch" of the lighting design. The Lighting Script Treatment is a document that discusses the overall lighting concepts and atmosphere within a project through a detailed breakdown of the script. Throughout the document, specific lighting moments are discussed with supporting images and text to give a detailed glimpse for how lighting will treat the scenes. The treatment is ultimately used to ignite conversation and collaboration between the director and the creative team.
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Lighting concepts can be challenging to communicate to a team, so a strong tool used to convey these ideas are images within a collage. Lighting Collages are created through several images that work together to generate a graphic representation of the lighting design. This type of document is a quick way to spark conversation between the director and creative team about cohesive color, texture, and overall atmosphere for the different lighting worlds.
Final Lighting Packages are used to document a production's lighting design. These documents contain everything needed to fully remount the lighting design through detailed drawings, plots, hookups, cheat sheets, cue sheets, and inventory counts.
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