Classification of stage lighting:
1.surface light: from the top of the audience to the stage of the front light, the main role is to illuminate the character and the whole basic light spread dyeing, face light is a warm light source, general collocation with cold light source of dyeing light, make the light softer;
2.front side spot light: located on both sides of the stage, slanting on the stage light, divided into upper and lower layers, mainly auxiliary surface light, strengthen face lighting, increase the three-dimensional feeling of characters and scenery;
3. column light: the light projected from both sides of the stage , mainly used for lighting the characters and the two sides of the stage, increasing the sense of three-dimensional and silhouette;
4.Top light: the light thrown at the stage from the top of the stage, divided from front to back into one row of top light, two rows of top light, and three rows of top light. Mainly used for stage general lighting, enhanced stage illumination, and there are a lot of scenery, prop point illumination, mainly by top light to solve.
5.Reverse light: light projected from the opposite direction of the stage (such as headlight, bridge light, etc.) that outlines characters, outlines the scene, enhances the sense of three-dimensional and transparency, and can also be used as a specific light source.
6.bridge light: the light that is thrown to the stage at the overpass on both sides of the stage, mainly used to assist the column light, to enhance the stereoscopic sense, also to be used for the inconvenient projection position of other light levels, and also as a specific light source.
7. foot-light: light projected to the stage from the front board of the platform, mainly supporting surface lighting and eliminating shadows caused by the face and jaw of a character with high illumination such as face light.
8.Heaven and earth light：The light thrown at the sky from above and below, used chiefly for the illumination and color changes of the sky.
9.Flowing light: a floating lamp stand on either side of a stage, mainly supporting bridge light, supplementing the light on either side of the stage or other specific light.
10.follow light：The level of light required from an audience or other position, mainly used to track an actor's performance or to highlight a particular light, as well as a presenter, a close-up pen for stage art, and a finishing touch.
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