Preparing a paper shot log for the editor


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Preparing a paper shot log for the editor

Once you've finished the actual shoot day, after you've relaxed and recovered from what was probably a stressful day, you need to prepare the Shot Log or Camera Report for your editor. Your production team is going to deliver a bunch of memory cards or a hard drive full of video files to the editor, and the only hope your editor has of making any sense out of that folder full of video files is your shot list and camera report. This is how you communicate with your editor, so make it as clear as possible. In this movie, we're working with the paper version of the Shot Log before moving on to the iPad Apps later in this chapter.

So here I have a scan of the paper Shot List that we built. You could scan it like I did or you could use the camera on your iPad or iPhone. We're not dealing with a really high quality photo here, so you can just snap a picture with your camera. So, here's what you're sending to the editor, of course the Shot Log, which we'll talk more about through...

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