Yesterdays question was pretty simple right? Well, if you know your lighting history, it might have been. Quick recap from yesterday with the trivia question:
Which lighting designer once noted that they dream of a day when there would be a large enough light source, (ie: 10k fresnel), to bask the stage with a single light source to mimic a natural light source?
So who is this designer that wanted to light the stage with a single source of light… None other then Stanley McCandless. Mr. McCandless talked about this theory of lighting the stage in his book, A Method for Lighting the Stage.
There were still a number of people who still Direct Messaged their response, the winner with the correct response was Nick Malczewsky or @nickmalczewsky.
If you have the opportunity to pick up a copy of Mr. McCandless book, I highly recommend it! You can find used book sellers on Amazon.com. There is a lot of lighting history and knowledge in that book and well worth the investment regardless of your lighting experience.
If you have an idea for a future Tuesday Twitter Trivia, send them to me theough the Contact Us page here on iSquint. There just might be a prize pack in it for you!