By: Nazia Adnin
1) To read the Script at Home:
Reading the script before the shooting kicks off is always a good idea. It helps a lot on set to keep the continuity and understand the story and characters .Keeping track of each individual scene is very important.
3) Taking Notes:
Taking notes on camera details such as focal length, camera height, color temperature, ISO, Tilt/roll angle, f-stop is script supervisor’s major responsibility to keep the consistency and replicate it in the post if needed. If the movie involves VFX/CGI, pay attention to those details as well.
4) Working with every department:
You need to work with other departments (hair, make-up, wardrobe, camera, sound etc) to maintain continuity and consistency. Take pictures to get every detail correct and help the crew to get everything ready for next shot properly.