It’s important to know that camera is seconds away from rolling because you may be walking back from the bathroom or thinking that you have time to make yourself a cup of tea or somebody asked you to get something that is needed for them that is going to be needed for the next shot. You don’t want to be caught somewhere on the set where you shouldn’t be when the camera starts rolling.
In the video below, I tell you about a signal the art department uses that signals we are almost ready to start rolling! Make sure you learn this tip (most people don’t know about this) so that you have the get it factor and you never get caught!
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