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#1 Brad Smith

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Posted 29 May 2008 - 06:44 AM

Hi all,
I'm curious how much directors/DP's use storyboards/previs when shooting Narrative/Commercials. How heavily is it used, relied on? How much is it adhered to on the day, how much gets discovered on the day? What's the norm on an episodic Drama? When does the DP get involved (in previs/storyboarding), how much is is he/she involved/responsible.

I realise this is a broad question. The situation and arrangements must be different for every project depending on the people involved. But as a ENG/EFP guy who doesn't yet, but would like to be working on narrative projects, I'm curious about the creative workflow.

Thanks for your feedback,
Brad.
(Australia)

Edited by Brad Smith, 29 May 2008 - 06:46 AM.

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