“Light Plot Deconstructed”: A New Book for VectorWorks SpotLight Users

May 28, 2009 1 min read

Just two days ago Vectorworks Press (Nemetschek NA) announced the publication of “Light Plot Deconstructed“, a new book written by Greg Hillmar, an accomplished scenic and lighting designer based in Richmond, VA.

“Light Plot Deconstructed” is a great companion guide for anyone seeking to learn the fundamentals of lighting design

Over his more than 15 years of experience using Vectorworks, Greg has developed proven methods for drafting light plots. His successful techniques for designing with Vectorworks have been exhibited many times over the years, whether it was to fellow colleagues at tradeshows or in the classroom where he has taught scenic and lighting design to many aspiring professionals at Randolph-Macon College. Light Plot Deconstructed is a great companion guide for anyone seeking to learn the fundamentals of lighting design with Vectorworks SpotLight.

The book is written in a conversational style, taking the reader through the process of creating a light plot using Vectorworks SpotLight. If you are interested in learning more about the book you can download a PDF file with the Table of Contents and a Sample Chapter. To learn more about Greg Hillmar you can visit his website or follow him on Twitter at @ghillmar.

Franco Folini

UPDATE: an interesting review of Greg Hillmar’s book has been published on the iSquint blog on June 18, 2009.

Franco Folini
Franco Folini


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