This is a source-book of principles and practice of scenic design, revised, developed and re-formatted since its first publication ten years ago under the title Basic TV Staging. It is a practical handbook aimed at anyone working in the studio.
TV Scenic Design Summary
TV Scenic Design by Gerald Millerson
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Table of Contents
Part 1 The background of design: production techniques and the designer. Part 2 The basics of design organization: planning; methods of production. Part 3 Scenic construction: the cyclorama; ground rows; flats; surface formation; set pieces; raised areas; using drapes; pictorial backgrounds; the studio floor; floor light-patterns; ceilings; greenery. Part 4 Staging techniques: netural backgrounds; realistic settings; decorative settings; using scrim; mobile scenic units; height and depth in floors; furniture; properties; set dressing; practical lamps; decorative light fittings. Part 5 Staging practices: studio layout; backings; general staging treatment. Part 6 Shoestring staging: using screens and panels; the art of multiple use. Part 7 Scenic effects: the illusion of space; water in the studio; scenic projection; electronic picture insertion. Part 8 Scenic operations: the studio; setting flats; setting up scenery. Part 9 The designer on location. Part 10 Controlling tone and colour. Part 11 Lighting and the designer, tone, form and texture; basic lighting.
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