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By Kenneth

Lights! Camera! Action!
It’s a phrase that has become a part of the American English lexicon. And, for those looking to work in the film industry, it’s about 90 years out of date.
A little history. The film industry began in the 1890s when Thomas Edison introduced the Kinetograph and Kinetoscope in North America and the Lumière brothers introduced their Cinèmatograph in Europe. These were the first technologies to capture sequential images in real time and subsequently play them back – – moving pictures. As the industry developed, filmmakers found that they needed a lot of light to properly expose the film ...
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By gkraus
#46 Great Article. As a camera op it is very helpful to have a consistent roll call. This helps to keep the set running smooth and gives it the structure needed to be more efficient.