Posted by Dave on December 03, 1999 at 12:18:53:
In Reply to: Re: Hey Sam! posted by sam fleming on December 03, 1999 at 09:46:01:
: hey dave! how's it going? i'm gonna' be out there for a few days next week. wanna hook up? i'll contact you via your email and see if we can work something out.
Sure. Email me.
: one thing that helps in the long-distance feature realm is that the internet can allow for more direct and immediate communication than before.
: i can send a scene and ten minutes later, get a critique. that's really helpful. the same problems still can arise though. it actually seems to be easier to do an entire sequence than a scene here and a scene there.
Absolutely. When ever work goes out it is an MUST to send it in sequence. It blinds the long distance company when you have hook up work done in another studio . 90 % of the problems I've seen come from the lack of knowledge of the surrounding scenes or poor that is made worse by vague direction. Outside studios need the control for the same reason originating studios do.
: nothing can be more frustrating that working with an indecisive director, especially if it's by the foot and you're in another state/country.
That is the "hell" Jon and I were discussing. I've seen freelancers guts torn out over vague screen direction.
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