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Mar 27, 2014
Filmmaker, educator and musician Clinton Harn (@clintonharn) hosts "60 Seconds on Set", a new educational series from RØDE Microphones that offers filmmakers and content producers quick tips and tricks for getting the best results when out in the field.
Clinton Harn is joined by his camera assistant, Drew Bontoft to talk about communicating on the set of upcoming Australian movie "Pop-up".
While recording on set, Clinton & Drew used nonverbal cues & signals to communicate. Watch the video to see how different gestures were used to change different camera settings like turning on & off focus peaking.
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