Set Lighting Technician’s Handbook: Film Lighting Equipment, Practice, And Electrical Distribution
"Harry has taken the mystery Out of set lighting for the beginner or pro. Current and includes the most up-to-date tricks of the trade. A book written by a pro who loves and respects his craft and is selfless in sharing information."-Mile G. Moyer, gaffer, Steel Magnolias, in the Line of Fire, Groundhog Day "Box’s style is reminiscent of an old buddy showing his best friend the ropes…perhapes the most easily read technical handbook to date…the broadest in scope and coverage, yet carefully covers the essential details."-Seth Greenspan, Filmcrew Magazine The Set Lighting Technician’s Handbook is a friendly, hands-on manual covering lighting and rigging equipment, day-to-day practices, and tricks of the trade essential to anyone doing motion picture lighting. The book delves into every aspect of lighting: from lighting design decisions to set protocol and teamwork, from rigging safety to equipment troubleshooting, and from basic electricity to advanced electrical systems planning. Whether you’re a lamp operator, best boy, rigger, gaffer, or director of photography, this trusted, longtime industry favorite covers what’s important on set.