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I mentioned this briefly while talking about optimization, but cropping images is not only about page load speeds, it's about aesthetics.If you have images of different sizes and proportions not only does it look...

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Actor Dictionary | Testing

What you should know

TESTING is one of the most over-looked, but under rated tasks that is executed by a director or producer. Testing is done in pre-production and it' exactly what it sounds like. The purpose is to gather your creative team with your talent and test how the different visual creative elements look on camera. This includes costumes, make-up, hair, production design and even rehearsal. This process is absolutely essential and beneficial for a number of reasons.1. Gives your creative team an opportunity to make sure their vision looks the way they want it to look on camera. Often times creative problems will arise and you dont want to be sorting out these sort of issues during production. This is fairly obvious.2. Allows your actor(s) to interact with the artists and build a good rapport with them before production. This is extremely important as you do not unseen personality clashes to occur during production.3. Allows your director to make sure his creative team is on the same page as him/her.3. Be sure to take pictures of hair, make-up and costumes especially after the actor and director has approved of them. As a producer, this protects you if creative disputes arise during production. For example, if youre on set ready to shoot, and the director is happy with an actor' make-up but the actor is not, you can use the previously taken photo, which was approved by the unhappy actor, to help you deal with the actor.Make sure you give yourself plenty of time at least one month before shooting starts in order to allow your creative team to test with the talent.