Directors of photography like Roger Deakins, Robert Elswit, and Robert Richardson have distinct styles but are nevertheless first class examples of cinematography done right. I am looking for resources that delve into the type of lights they use, lighting plans (specific setups from certain scenes), and examples of intensities of the used lights (in LM). Any of these would be helpful really.
I am wondering the best way to obtain light box art for my bedroom? [more inside]
I'm traveling to southern California soon and am wondering where I can see some work of artist Robert Irwin. [more inside]
How in the hell did the gorgeous cover for ELO's Out of the Blue get designed, created and printed? HOW!?
How in the hell did the gorgeous cover for ELO's Out of the Blue get designed, created and printed? HOW!? [more inside]
I am an artist. I broke an old lamp that I used as my main light when drawing and coloring. Can you please suggest some cool lamps you know? [more inside]
[artFilter] Can anyone tell me what light sources are being used in this art installation? [more inside]
What is the term for the depiction in art of the sun's rays shining through or behind clouds? This phenomenon. Sometimes believed to be a form of theophany. Wikipedia has an article about it, but I can't remember the name to look it up. Thank you.
What are some great examples of paintings that make dramatic use of light and shadow? [more inside]
I have an irregularly shaped metal object that I want to light up from behind. I want to the lighting behind it to be very even. [more inside]
How can I make my apartment more like the outdoors, esp. making it more visually interesting and dynamic?
I want my life to be more "sensor-y" exciting. I could get a bunch of great art works (paintings and sculptures, say) but seeing them day in and day out my brain would filter them out. In a sense, I'm trying to make my apartment as much like being outdoors as possible, using technology. [more inside]