CLEAN SLATE :: May 2011

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~ Jason Pankoke

May 2011

Question: What kind of gear do you consider
useful that other independent filmmakers may not think
of as essential during shooting or post-production, and why?

2 Responses to CLEAN SLATE :: May 2011

  1. Paul H. :

    Cleaner/cloth for the lens on hand, though I think most would already consider this essential

  2. Cara Day :

    C47s, also known as wooden spring-type clothespins, for attaching gels, making wardrobe adjustments, holding back a branch or curtain, etc.