New Vectorworks Spotlight tutorial offers exciting tips for lighting designers

Posted by Julie McClure on 4/24/12 10:24 AM  |  1 min read time

Ready to embark on a journey through the cutting-edge methods and techniques used to develop engaging lighting plots? Ready to take advantage of everything the Vectorworks Spotlight 2012 software has to offer? Then check out our latest training guide, Light Plot Deconstructed for Vectorworks Spotlight, Fourth Edition.

Written by veteran scenic and lighting designer Gregg Hillmar, this companion guide helps readers draft lighting plots more easily. It reflects updates in Vectorworks 2012 software and covers everything from choosing palettes, workspaces, grids and layers, to uncovering the basics of how to import files, save views and place instrumentation.

“The new edition of Light Plot Deconstructed highlights some of the new features in Vectorworks 2012 that improve the lighting designer's process of drafting the light plot,” says Hillmar. “In addition, reader requests drove the expansion of several topics, including a new section on using viewports to create ‘cardboards’ and other specialized views useful to the theatrical electricians in realizing the plot in the theatre.”

Light Plot Deconstructed is part of Nemetschek Vectorworks’ self-paced tutorials, designed for people who like to learn on their own and at their own pace. Buy your copy today!

To read the full press release, please go here.

Topics: Education, Entertainment, Light Plot Deconstructed Fourth Edition 2012, resources, Spotlight, Vectorworks 2012, Gregg Hillmar

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