This article was written by Phillip Guye.
If you’ve ever had the opportunity to be present while a shot for a motion picture was being accomplished, you would wonder why on earth people go through all of the trouble of doing so. The whole procedure is really painstakingly done that it seems all so useless as soon as you read some of the reviews of the particular motion picture. You keep wondering why a producer or a movie director or even some other stakeholder in the movie making business, actually needs to fuss about producing one. Well the answer to this can’t be as elementary as you think.
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