TEDx Oxford

TEDx Oxford was incredibly basic. All of the talks were being filmed for YouTube, and so the focus had to be simple, consistent lighting, which made the speaker easily visible. A profile spot at about 75%, one at 45%, two providing backlight and a boom either side with a Source Four mounted as a mid were used to create an even coverage. There were then simply two profiles used to illuminate the TEDx sign. Were I to design this again, I'd scrap the profile at 75% - it caused some really unfortunate shadows around eye sockets - and make everything a lot dimmer to reduce some of the glare.

 

Photographs by Peter Robertshaw

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