According to theorists' notes, the effect of warm and cool color to human personality and reaction feeling. Warm color goes to excitement, an open-minded person, but the cool color goes to calm down, and human introversion. Meaning of Warm, Cool and Neutral Colour: Warm colors: In everyday life, we usually talk about warm greeting, warm friendship and warm atmosphere. In terms of color, the shapes on the warm side of the color circle are generally understood as comfortable, warm and pleasant. Experience has shown that the warm color in space provides more comfortable space rather than cold color (Pyle, J, 1997).
As light is inseparable from the shadow, its balanced use in photography is of great importance in space rendition. Shadows also provide the spatial impression of a picture. "Sometimes a photographic image due to juxtaposition of light and shadows can become independent from picture elements and may form a strong graphic composition in itself" (Harvey, 1984)) 4.4 TEXTURE "Texture refers to the surface quality of objects" (Baily,
Bernini and Bellori had described the lighting of the Pantheon and Caravaggio’s paintings, respectively, back in the seventeenth century. Whereas, Bernini described the Pantheon lighting as light from above that enhances the beauty of any object or person within the space. On the other hand, Bellori described Caravaggio’s paintings as a great example of chiaroscuro, of which was achieved by using minimal artificial lighting just to expose the central figures and leaving the rest in shadow. Both Bernini and Bellori appreciates the lighting in the spaces and of the objects. This analysis agrees with both Bellori and Bernini with their description of the lighting and personal opinions of the lighting.
The visual world can be described in many ways, but its most fundamental properties seem to be these: It is extended in distance and modified in depth; it is upright, stable, and without boundaries; it is coloured, shadowed, illuminated, and textured; it is composed of surface, edges, shapes, and interspaces; finally and most importantly of all, it is filled with things which have a meaning. ( Gibson,1950, Pg 3) And to capture such visual world one needs a surface which is illuminated: whether as a captured light within a painting or projected onto the surface, the nature of light within both mediums is varied. Within a painting, the composition is illusive and can be described as a simulacrum of actual light; manipulated by painters and dominated by the shadows and colourful spectrum of natural light which captures a moment in time within single a frame as static image, totally dependant on external light source for its illumination to reflect the captured simulacrum. (Blühem, Lippincott, pg 52,150) Image projection on the other hand is light itself, transported from its archival state on to the surface. (http://www.scribd.com/doc/147273619, pg 3, 6) Relationship between light and illumination is defined perfectly by Le Corbusier as: “Light and illumination are inseparable components of form, space and light.
The aim is to stay true to the script and the author’s point of view. The setting of the script feels very appropriate for the themes and message of the play, and I would like to maintain that. The show should be as brightly colored as possible, to create the image that the characters are living in a world without real concerns, where everything is fun and silly. Period costumes (minus wasp-waist corsets) should be worn and time-appropriate furnishings should be present. A cyc should be used as a background, and lights should be used to add color.
Identifying their output is thus made easy; light-on and dark on light-on classifications which might refer to light reception and sensor output activity. If output is produced when no light is received, the sensor is dark-on. Output from light received, and its light-on. Either way, deciding on light-on or dark-on prior to purchasing is required unless the sensor is user adjustable. (In that case, output style can be specified during installation by flipping a switch or wiring the sensor accordingly.)
God creates human with vision awareness that enable them to perceive their surroundings and with the addition to the mixture of color to the surroundings, it brings more meaning to their observation. Color perception has a unique ability to perceive and recognize the presence of objects that enables human to distinguish the objects in their surrounding through its shades that permitted them to view the size, shape, outline and the figure of the objects. In ordinary day, human does not notice that they view their surrounding in same color manner. Many researches in color constancy have been carried out to study the human ability to interpret the color constancy of the object in various condition. Color constancy defined as the tendency for an
A first impression is a lasting non-verbal communicator. The way a person portrays themselves on the first encounter is non-verbal statement to the observer. “First impressions are lasting impressions.” There can be positive and negative impressions. Positive impressions can be made through the way you present yourself. Presentation can include clothing and other visible attributes.
Each layer lights have specific tasks. In museum lighting design, the ambient, focal, task, and decorative are all layers that contribute to the overall aesthetic of a space. Ambient layering is the overall lighting of a room that is allows one the ability to move through space and is significantly lower than task light levels. Task layer is lighting used to present work, including reading or writing. Downlights or pendants are common forms of task lighting.
A close-up can exist without any relation to the space itself. It could be a scene of its own without actually relating to the mis-en-scene. When a face is isolated from the space it is present in and therefore looking at a close-up and understanding its expressiveness. The feelings and emotions do not have to pertain to the space even if that is what triggers them. A close-up of the face is like a silent soliloquy.