The world of the film set is a chaotic, tech-intense place, and good technical know-how is required to make it work effectively. From the producer down to the second assistant, every team member needs to know exactly what is going on at any moment ...
of the production process to ensure swift progress and avoid costly mistakes. For these "non-techies" of the film trade, Technical Film and TV for Nontechnical People, provides an innovative guide to the cosmos of film and TV production.<br><br>Technical Film and TV for Nontechnical People introduces film students, actors, producers and other nontechnical film people to the technical aspects that everyone working on a film set should know. Author Drew Campbell is a lighting and sound designer for Universal Studios who started out in theater and who was struck by the complex technical procedures and idiosyncratic expressions that he encountered on his first weeks on the set.