16. Use metal T brackets as markers for your actors.
17. And then wrap them in colorful gaff tape so your actors can see them easily.
wooa 2 tips in one, magic.
a major bummer for me is when you are in assembly and open your clips in a new window with thumbs (on second monitor) and then switch to editing tab, the clips bin window disappears and I need to open it again and wait for all the thumbs to reload
I worked with her on GOT, she is a really fine lady, and she knows her job.
"per month" omfg :(
I have one, my first set was no other than game og thrones S3. I got a job as a helping hand at craft. First day shoot a couple hours in this camera trainee comes to get some coffe for her mates and we start some smalltalk. She asks what i do ususally and I say camerman, she says to my disbelief that they need somebody to help them who knows a bit about all that. I say great and she walk off to talk to her bos. Couple hours later i get a call from my boss angry why I started this confusion and why am I talking to anybody bla bla. I almost got fired the first day from GOT. He says he doesnt know what will hapen and hangs up. You can imagine how i felt. Couple hours forward its almost wrap time ( thats when i heard the term haha) and I See my boss walkinh by with some sherpas. I Ask him, and whats it gona be? And he says, from tomorow you will do what you love ( camera department) and Deni ( this other guy) will take your spot in craft. They walk by and I Silently start jumping in the Air :) from hapiness. What a first day :) And drom that day i started as DIT asistant, basically cabling the cameras and sometimes i was second unit DIT. I gave my best, every day for 6 weeks. Next season they called in advance to make sure i was available :)
Cinematography of beaches and streets... and stuff