The producer is like the conductor of an orchestra. Maybe he can't play every instrument, but he knows what every instrument should sound like.
|IV.||Scheduling the Shoot|
In the preproduction phase, hundreds of details come together to form the big picture, like pixels on a TV screen. These details are the essence of production. They add dimension and texture to your project. When you devote attention to these preproduction details—researching, double-checking, and making dozens of careful decisions—you can often save costly mistakes. Planning ahead is easier than going back and trying to cover your mistakes. You can ...