Woof!

An adorable little Film Term Friday entry for you this week. Our word is woof and its used by the Gaffer to tell you that you’ve hit the right mark with the piece of equipment you’re moving.

Bonus trivia: the image in this post was made with Adobe’s Firefly AI generator. We asked it to create a photograph of a dog on a film set.

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