[Tig] production: the Big Eye (argot)
Fri Apr 4 21:40:21 BST 2003
I worked for an advertising still photographer for a couple of years
who would fire all these words at will. My native language is Russian
so that was quite a task to decypherhis coomands. I managed to return
some of that with a term for a flag that is out of vogue in the
States I think due to its total political incorrectness but some old
people in Russia still use.
>I was surprised as well that he looked at me funny when i
>mentioned spunglass, gobos, century stands, c-clamps, scrim,
>milk glass, sweeps, and maybe when i got to nets and flags he
>wasn't listening any more. But my experience was in NY, quite
>a while ago, and terms are different in the western US.
>protection (copy) safety (copy)
>tape library film vault
>telecine room telecine bay
>screw off have a nice day
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