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    Designing for live TV and Events

    Watch this webinar to gain insight on lighting design for TV production and explore the challenges faced by the next generation of Lighting Directors.
    Designing for live TV

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    Presented by

    Roger Williams
    Roger Williams
     

    Roger Williams is an award winning international TV lighting director specializing in music and entertainment at the highest level for over ten years and has had experience in every field of television lighting for over thirty years. He was a BBC staff member for 18 years leaving as a lighting director in 2002 to pursue a freelance career.

    His lighting credits include:

    • The Jump - Channel 4
    • XFactor auditions - ITV1
    • Question of Sport - BBC1
    • The Apprentice - BBC1
    • 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown - Channel 4
    • The Sound Of Music Live - ITV1
    • Top of the Pops - BBC1

    Key topics and learnings


    Roger will also explore the specific challenges of lighting for TV and the skills required to balance what’s captured on camera for the viewing audience vs lighting the live event, whilst also working for the viewing TV audience. 

     

    Here are the learning objectives of this webinar:

    • Gain insight and understanding on lighting design for TV production
    • Explore the challenges faced by the next generation of Lighting Directors in TV production
    • Learn about the skills required to balance what’s captured on camera for the viewing audience vs lighting the live event
    • Explore TV lighting application further in Roger’s Q&A session

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