The color matching of the stage lighting for each performance must be harmonious and unified. When designing, you can first set a base color. All colors must obey the base color. Correctly handle the allocation of "similar colors" and "complementary colors". It plays an important role in controlling the rhythm of the performance. At the same time, the scenes, costumes, and makeup props displayed on the stage are "secondary coloring" to unify and coordinate the color of the stage.

  Red: Warm color, irritating, invigorating and accelerating blood circulation.

   Yellow: It is a warmer color, which makes people feel noble, bright and cheerful.

   Blue: An extremely calm hue that can eliminate tension and form an elegant and tranquil atmosphere.

  Purple: Similar to blue, it is a cool color, which makes people feel mysterious, romantic, elegant, noble, solemn and luxurious.

   Similar colors: purple-red; purple-blue; green-yellow; orange-yellow

  Complementary colors: red-green; blue-orange; purple-yellow

  Complementary colors can enhance the strength of each other.

   The orderly arrangement of similar colors can promote a harmonious effect.

  In stage performances, lighting design often uses the symbol or meaning of light and color to express and enhance the plot and atmosphere. In lighting design, the use of contrast and the difference in hue of the color light itself to create a stage atmosphere is the main means to obtain color effects and create artistic conception. Commonly used methods are light and dark contrast, tone contrast, cold and warm contrast, area size contrast, etc. The ups and downs of light colors also play a very important role in the performance of the drama theme and the rendering of the plot.

Analysis of modern stage lighting color matching