focus puller


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focus puller

n
(Film) films the member of a camera crew who adjusts the focus of the lens as the camera is tracked in or out
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With equipment (two additional platforms magnifying the main platform, an additional extension of the control column, two extensions to the standard seats of not less than 10cm and 30cm and a vertical column of not less than 30 cm, two seats (operator and focus puller
I missed that whole tight knot of people--the focus puller, the operator and so on--the group of people who are around the camera and indeed the kind of dark proscenium of the movie camera somewhere on the set.
Focus puller Ayub Khan was fantastic at keeping the images sharp.
iWitness has been shot by Moseley-born cinematographer Lauren Hatchard, the focus puller on the new psychological thriller Monochrome, currently being directed out of Birmingham by the Electric Cinema owner Tom Lawes.
A focus puller said something nice to me and I would live off it for a week.
where selected students were given the chance to pitch a short documentary idea about a focus puller, who operates the focus on a film camera.
After film school he started his career in documentaries and soon progressed to features working through the technical grades as clapper loader, focus puller and then camera operator on some memorable films.
While working in films for 20 years, I was the focus puller which is part of the camera department and very close to the action.
When she graduated, she quickly found work as a camera assistant, clapper loader and focus puller, learning all the technical tricks of the trade.
A titchy camera can now go to the bits where, previously, a full crew including sound recordist, lighting man, focus puller and clapperboard kid would have found it an impossible squeeze.
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Starting out as a still photographer, he entered the film business as a clapper boy, camera loader and focus puller.