By: Nazia Adnin
1) Get out of the way:
2) Understand Blocking:
3) Understand the light:
4) Pay attention to the camera:
Camera positions, focal length, angles everything is well rehearsed. You need to know or keep an eye for those camera factors so that you can adjust and move accordingly.
5) Mingle with other department:
There’s more to being a boom operator than simply getting good audio. Keeping good relationships with all departments is essential to ensuring everybody can do their job.