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a new podcast series focusing on helping people understand the jobs on bigger movie sets. The Grip/Electric Departments get ...
examined in this episode.
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The grip and electric department are a group of people who worked with the look of the film. They work with the director of photography and the cinematographer to create the movie lighting. A grip is a responsible for the setup adjustment and maintenance of the production equipment on the set. They're typical duties involved camera movement, lighting refinement and mechanical. The key grip works closely with the director of photography and the gopher to scope the desired look of the film by diffusing in shaping the light.
The key grip is also in charge of the camera movement weather on a dolly camera crane mounts it on the hood or bump right at the vehicle. A dolly group is a group that moves a doll. The gopher also known as the chief lighting technician is the head of the grip and electric department. Responsible for the lighting and the planning of the shoot, in the early 20th century most movies use naturally, which they covered with large cloths using holes called gaps. Depending on the sizes of your movie, the budget and then number of people that you have to work with the GNA jobs often get combined.