As a projection designer, I find that while there is a rich history of projection design, there is not a lot of documentation on documentation itself. We have to borrow our methods of paperwork from the other disciplines: lighting, scenic, and sound. Personally, I've been trying to get more and more specific with my projection designs and trying to plan as much as possible in advance so I can share that information with the other designers. This way, I also have a clearer plan for load-in. ...

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