By Hasraf “HaZ” Dulull
A few months ago I was VFX supervising on location for a rather large-scale commercial shot on the lovely Arri Alexa.
Whenever I am doing on-set VFX supervising, one of the many things I do is take notes of the lens used, height of jib crane, F-stops, FOV etc. To do this I usually hassle the camera assistants for that info and then scribble it down as we move onto the next shot and setup.
But when things start changing, such as different takes with different angles and lens or new setups made on the fly, it can be a nightmare to keep on top of all the camera info.
So on this particular commercial shoot, as I passed the DIT guy, I noticed he was dumping the Continue reading