Watts = Volts x Amps
Volts = Watts x Amps
Watts = Volts / Amps
Watts = Amps / Volts
Lumens per watt
Micro reciprocal degrees
Usually the first light to be established
More powerful in intensity than the fill light
Is placed on the opposite side of the camera-subject axis from the actor's fill light
All of the answers are correct
Usually placed near the camera-subject axis and on the same side of as the key light
Usually placed near the camera-subject axis and placed on the opposite side of it from the key light.
Usually placed behind the subject directing opposite of the camera.
Usually placed below the subject to give it a contrasting angle.
Lights we see on camera.
Used opposite of the fill light.
It is used to separate the subject form the background.
It is used to make moonlight.
Alternating current system
Direct current system
Vacillating current system
Overprotection current system