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#1 Rob van Gelder

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Posted 22 May 2007 - 01:16 AM

For the company I work for, i want to make some tests about basic knowledge that electricians working on a film set need.
So I need some situations where people have to decide what to do with the equipment at hand.
Or what to prepare for a shooting near water
What to prepare for a shooting in a location, without a generator but still need to use a 6K HMI or 3 5K's

I am talking about examples that can show the crew of my company that if they fail to do or prepare something, things can go wrong.
I would like to hear stories from gaffers and electricians that illustrate certain (mal-)practices and their results.

That way I (hope I) can have them thinking about their working habits.

Rob

Lighthouse film Service, Thailand
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