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#1 chris reynolds

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Posted 14 September 2010 - 04:39 AM

I wondered if anyone on this forum has operated on a full blown classical concert before?

I've filmed two classical concerts before and as far as shot lists went, the music director told us camera operators where we should be filming at each point (wind section 4 bars in, 1st violinist 10 bars in, etc). It was, it seemed a fairly crude way to direct us.

What's the standard professional way a camera operator should expect to be directed? 'Click Tracks' were also mentioned
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