The Cucoloris, also known as a cookie, is used to create shadow patterns on backgrounds or subjects. A flatly lit wall can be broken up into interesting pools of light and shadow. Lighting directors frequently use them to simulate sunlight filtering through trees. While the wood "cookies" create a distinctive pattern, the Cello "cookie" projects a more subtle pattern. The pattern itself depends on the distance of the light source and the distance to the background.
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