key light

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key light

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1. (Broadcasting) television theatre photog the main stage or studio light that gives the required overall intensity of illumination
2. (Theatre) television theatre photog the main stage or studio light that gives the required overall intensity of illumination
3. (Photography) television theatre photog the main stage or studio light that gives the required overall intensity of illumination
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The key lights each portray a different character with a range to choose from, and two LED lights in the bottom of its feet
WE'D like to say don't get left in the dark with this one - but you'll need to be super quick to get your hands on a LEGO Ninjago LED key light.
All had a prior experimental history with fixed-interval (FI) and response-initiated fixed-interval (RIFT) schedules in the presence of both red and green key lights (Fox and Kyonka 2013).
Stimuli unrelated to the key lights, such as "practice cues," may have acquired control over behavior once the L-R sequence had been reinforced without discriminative stimuli: The red lights no longer overshadowed control by these other stimuli in the Reversed-Cues condition.
In the No-Cues condition, the discriminative function of the key lights was removed by lighting both side keys white and the percent of correct sequences decreased for Pigeons 301 and 303.
They sent along 10 of their key lights and 10 of these little pen lights in green so our guys could read their topo maps.
Sebastian Blenkov throws around a few key lights and casts shadows for enhanced dramatic effect.
The lamp module can be expanded when consumers need more lights, and a wall switch module, which installs like a dimmer switch, and controls key lights from inside or outside the home from the bedside module, are also sold separately.
In this procedure, the key lights were lit one at a time.
In Group SGSGSG, the key lights were turned on in the order of upper to left, or lower to right.
2-s period of extinction of the key light between the second and third responses.