Much of what we enjoy visually is presented in a two-dimensional format. Paintings, textiles, photographs, movies, and video (TV) are significant examples. Experts who produce memorable work in these media are well aware of the limitations of two-dimensional (flat) displays and attempt to use every possible method of providing a feeling of depth in their work. Lighting, with the many variations possible today, provides a significant contribution in deriving a feeling of depth and mood.1,2 ...
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