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Elevation, angle of

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  1. DaveySimps

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    The angle between the horizontal and the line of sight to an object above (or below) horizontal.

    (All angles are approximate, and vary by preference and venue.)
    Footlights as low as minus 60°
    Shin sidelights would be minus 10-20°
    Head highs would be 0°
    Balcony rail frontlight is often 15-25°
    FOH Cove/Beam/Catwalk Frontlights 30-60°
    Pipe-End SDLT 45° to C.L.
    BAX 60-90°
    DNLT (top light)=90°

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    See also this thread: http://www.controlbooth.com/forums/...9-good-example-how-light-affects-subject.html .
     

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