The above Ad will no longer appear after you Sign Up for Free!
Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by lightdiva, Oct 20, 2005.
Had never heard the term... But what is a "paper focus"
tab, where you can note how you want each instrument focused, shutter lines, etc. That could be a paper focus.
If you are going to do a bench focus - these may also be useful for you:
Spot overhaul - some info on cleaning
Tips for taking things appart
instrument schedule and plot intention.
Thanks for the help!
edge, placement of shutter cuts, etc..
It's generally a by-product of the instrument schedule, that gets printed and filled in by hand during focus, then logged back to LW for reference later.
Used a lot in Broadway tours by the ASM for focusing at load-in. Generally with a touring rig.
Obviously for static fixtures, though Viveone Leon (Broadway assistant, famous for her paperwork) also uses a method to log all positions of ML's, cue by cue. Did I say she was famous for generating paperwork ?.
Separate names with a comma.