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The Hudsucker Proxy boardroom (4 replies and 3 comments)

Bala
1 week ago
Bala 1 week ago

sir

In the film  the hudsucker proxy boardroom lighting  diagrames the placements of the space lights contradicts with each diagrame  planes...one drawing suggests that center row  of the spcelights mounted higher and the rest of the rows decends . the another one picture shows the center spacelight rows are lower and other adjacent spacelight rows  mounted in accending pattern. correct me if am wrong. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Bala
1 week ago
Bala 1 week ago

second image

https://www.rogerdeakins.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Screenshot-2021-11-25-at-11.27.14-PM.png
Bala
1 week ago

sir
why is it that this kind of arrangement sir...instead it can be arranged in a same plane or hanged in the same height instead of ascending or descending order... and one more question sir ...for the center of the table you arranged 5 rows of light ..but for the corners of the table only 3 rows of space light..why sir? reason ?thank u sir

Bala
1 week ago
Bala 1 week ago

diagrame sir

https://www.rogerdeakins.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Screenshot-2021-11-25-at-11.26.52-PM.png
Roger Deakins
1 week ago
Roger Deakins 1 week ago

The diagrams are 'correct' but only show what is happening to the lamps at the center of the rig. Why so?

Imagine someone sitting at either end of the board room table. They will 'see' each space light from above the middle of the table to those nearer to them. Now imagine a person sitting on the side of the table and in the middle. They will also see all the space lights before them whilst those directly above will be further away. I know it might sound odd but I was trying to maximize light in each characters eyes and that was my thinking.

Bala
7 days ago

thank you sir

Bala
7 days ago

sir
this pattern of arranging lights ...becz the spacelight is a kind source which emits light 360 degrees with a height of 2 feet or so... so arranging all lights in same plane without much (gap) space between them will be hidden by its adjacent lights itself....sir am i correct sir?

Roger Deakins
7 days ago
Roger Deakins 7 days ago

That was my thinking.

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