Stephen EllisonSales/Project Manager of The Light Source
Stephen has been involved in lighting since running a followspot in 7th grade. He received a BFA in Lighting Design from NC School of the Arts. From there he went to work in the rental and production world. His favorite art form to light is modern dance; the possibilities are endless. He now works for The Light Source answering technical questions and assisting customers in the proper use of the hardware and lighting fixtures. He has continued to be fascinated by lighting and is constantly studying to learn more.
Color: LEDs and the Human Eye
A lighting designer is responsible for creating Illumination, Mood, and Focus with their lighting designs. The qualities of light used by a designer are Intensity, Color, and Movement. In order to make the most of 4 out of 6 of these elements, especially when using LED lights, a designer needs to understand both the biology of the eye and the physics of color.
Join us to learn how your eye works to see color and light. Then learn how an understanding of the physics of color can enhance your designs.
Takeaways from this session include:
- Understand how humans perceive color
- Understand how to evaluate a light source
- Understand the difference between CRI and TM-30
- How to use spectrum graphs to choose color filters