first_imgThe board chair of the Palm Insurance Corporation (PIC), Mr. Aagon Tingba, Jr., Friday, February 14, urged graduates of PIC to be the best marketing agents in the country.Mr. Tingba, Jr., urged the marketing agents to take the first steps that are needed to build a more promising future for themselves and that of PIC.“Be the best marketing agents you can be in Liberia,” he added.  At least 17 persons graduated.In his keynote address, Mr. Tingba noted that marketing agents should be able to establish a customer relationship with the public as well as being able to sell the company’s product. He also urged them to maximize the wealth of the entity.He further told the graduates to seek a competitive edge as ‘marketing agents,’ which he said, is the best revenge (payback) in the business world.“Every lecture you’ve listened to during your training in this company, every role play, questions and answers you provided, essay written as well as certification you’ve earned, they have all prepared you to adapt change and challenges in order to be successful at Palm,” Tingba indicated.Also speaking, Ms. Venice V. Dean, president and CEO of Palm Insurance Corporation gave the overview of PIC. Ms. Dean further said the company’s financial strength enables it to underwrite all manner of risk incidents.According to Ms. Dean, PIC is a member of the West African Insurance Company Association (WAICA), locally a member of the Liberian Business Association (LIBA) as well as the Association of Insurers in the country.     She said the weight of the company is evidenced by high professionalism, reliability and efficiency in its operations.“Life is full of pressure and uncertainties in all kinds of forms and manners; you must ensure that you your organization have a secure future,” Ms. Dean said.The company is registered and licensed by the government through the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) to transact all lines of non-life and life assurance businesses.PIC was established in 2004 by a group of Liberian entrepreneurs following a careful study on how to make insurance affordable and simple for ordinary Liberians to understand.For his part, Richard D. Williams, president of the graduating class acknowledged PIC’s management for training them as marketing agents.He told fellow graduates that the training they had received is intended to uplift PIC to another level in the business sector.“As Palm Insurance prospers, we will be praised for the work as agents,” he told his colleagues.He also the used the occasion to recommend to the management of the company to provide logistics that would empower them to be effective on the job.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgVP Jewel Howard Taylor The Office of Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor has reiterated that she does not only remain committed and loyal to the Presidency of President George Weah, but to the advancement and implementation of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) Pro-poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development (PAPD).The office of the VP said in a statement issued yesterday, November 13, that she is fully cognizant of her role, which is meant to serve as a critical support arm to the President. “The role of a VP is in strict consonance with clearly stated constitutional roles and responsibilities of the office, and Madam Howard-Taylor is fully mindful of her sphere of duties.”This clarity comes amid rumors that the Vice President, who is the political leader (standard bearer) of the National Patriotic Party (NPP)—one of the three political parties that made up the victorious CDC — is harboring an unquenchable ambition for the nation’s highest seat and has, therefore, planned to contest the 2023 presidential election.The NPP has been rocked by controversies in recent times, thus bringing its leadership to public disrepute.Expelled party chairman, James Biney, accused VP Taylor of harboring an ambition to become the country’s next President.The former Maryland County Representative told reporter in an exclusive interview that the NPP is engulfed in crisis, because VP Taylor wants to remove it from the Coalition so that she can contest for the office of the presidency in 2023.Biney was reportedly expelled from the party for violating its key provisions, including by-laws and constitution.In a reaction, the office of the VP said: “By her grateful acceptance of her nomination from Dr. Weah, and the blessed election of the ticket to national leadership, she undertook an irreversible commitment to always work with and remain supportive of the President. To this, she remains unwavering.”“The VP wishes to reiterate her awareness that the prime focus of her energy and intention has always been to lend full support to the agenda and purposes of the President, not to pursue a separate end of her own,” a statement for the VP’s office said.NPP Acting leadership also dispelled allegations that VP Taylor intends to contest the 2023 presidency as alleged by the former chairman.Acting party Chairman John Gray said at a press conference on Monday, November 12, that such a rumor should have been in the public long ago if the expelled chairman is sincere in his claim.“It is therefore ludicrous, diversionary and a bold-faced lie to have heard Mr. Biney telling the public that the VP met with him and expressed the desire to contest for the presidency in 2023,” Madam Taylor’s office said.She also acknowledged creeping political uneasiness within the Party at the moment as unfortunate, adding that this is “unwelcome development,” and that such scenario is not uncommon in political institutions, especially in an illiterate setting.“Such should not mislead any partisan to assume that he or she can maliciously distract the Party by resorting to acts bordering on self-aggrandizement and manifested by the spewing of lies and libelous statements about her person and the NPP,” the statement said.“NPP remains a reliable and unshakable pillar under the indomitable Coalition for Democratic Change, the institution that is destined to change the sad story of this country remains unfazed by the ill-advised bidding of mischievous elements.She refuses to be swayed away from her preoccupation with the championing of the strengthening and forward march of the Coalition, an alliance in which her Party is a willing and proud constituent member.The Vice President remains firm in her commitment to upholding and defending all party laws as well as ensuring that the NPP keeps glued within the Coalition, staying the course of loyalty and faithfulness to President Weah as he steers our national developmental agenda.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgRanks of E Division (Interior Locations) on Saturday destroyed over 2000 cannabis plants among other items at Mille Hide Out, Upper Demerara River.Based on information received, the ranks, acting on intelligence, went to the location, where they discovered two acres of marijuana under cultivation – about 2000 cannabis plants measuring three to eight feet in height and estimated to weigh about 500 kilograms.In addition, a nursery with about 200 plants along with two makeshift camps with four hammocks, two mattresses and a quantity of kitchen utensils were found.The Police stated that about two miles away from the initial location, another three acres of marijuana cultivation with about 3500 cannabis plants measuring two to six feet in height and weighing an estimated 775kg were found. A nursery with about 500 plants was also discovered.There were also two makeshift camps with five hammocks, three mattresses, kitchen utensils, clothing, groceries, one red mountain bicycle, one water can and six cellular phones. The plants and the camp were destroyed, but no arrests were made.last_img read more

first_img0Shares0000Alex Morgan’s first-half header proved to be the winner for the USA as they beat England 2-1 to reach the women’s World Cup final © AFP / FRANCK FIFELYON, France, Jul 3 – Alex Morgan scored what proved to be the winner but hailed goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher after her late penalty save from Steph Houghton allowed holders the United States to claim a dramatic 2-1 victory over England in their women’s World Cup semi-final on Tuesday.On her 30th birthday, USA co-captain Morgan headed home just after the half-hour mark in this last-four showdown to put her team back in front after Ellen White had cancelled out Christen Press’s early opener. But after an open first 45 minutes, the second half was dominated by more VAR controversy, with England having another White goal disallowed for the tightest of offside calls following a review by the Brazilian referee.Phil Neville’s team later benefited from Edina Alves Batista’s decision to award them a spot-kick when Becky Sauerbrunn made the slightest of contact with White in the box, yet Houghton’s kick was stopped by Naeher diving low to her right.England finished with 10 players after Millie Bright was sent off for a second yellow card late on, and the USA held out, despite playing the whole match without Megan Rapinoe.Scorer of all four US goals in the previous two rounds, the 33-year-old played no part due to a hamstring injury.“Alyssa Naeher, she should be the player of the match today. She saved our butts today,” said Morgan.“I’m so proud of every player who stepped up tonight. Our bench is so deep, and we showed that tonight. How can you beat this?”They will now go on to face Sweden or the Netherlands in Sunday’s final, as they aim to win the trophy for the fourth time in eight editions.In contrast, it is another bitterly disappointing way for England to lose, as they go out of a third consecutive major tournament in the semi-finals. Their players cut dejected figures on the pitch at full-time.Captain Steph Houghton’s late penalty miss cost England dear © AFP / FRANCK FIFE“Football can be cruel. We have had a fantastic ride. When we got the penalty I turned to my bench and said ‘we were going to win it,’ but it wasn’t to be,” Neville told the BBC.Four years ago it was an injury-time own goal that cost them against Japan, and this time they are left wondering what might have been had Houghton converted her spot-kick.– Rapinoe absence not felt –Perhaps Nikita Parris should have been given the chance to make up for her penalty misses against Argentina and Norway earlier in the competition? Jill Ellis’s side will not be too worried about that, as fortune favoured them.That England could not take advantage of Rapinoe’s absence said much about the strength in depth available to the USA, with the excellent Press taking her place.Unperturbed by the change, the Americans came flying out of the blocks like they have in every match at this tournament.They had scored no later than the 12th minute in all of their previous five matches, and here they required only 10 minutes to take the lead, Tobin Heath finding Kelley O’Hara whose cross was headed in by Press at the far post.Replacing the injured Karen Bardsley in goal, Carly Telford could do nothing to stop it, and England were stunned.However, they were back level on 19 minutes as Beth Mead’s pinpoint delivery picked out White and she steered the ball in off the frame of the goal for her sixth of the tournament.Yet it was the holders who went back in front just after the half-hour, Morgan stealing in front of Demi Stokes and heading home Lindsey Horan’s delivery. She celebrated by miming sipping on a cup of tea.As the USA tried to soak up pressure in the second half, England thought they were level on the 68th minute when Jill Scott’s flick picked out White to score, but VAR denied them the equaliser and her a seventh goal of the World Cup.Yet even when VAR came to their rescue, England failed to capitalise, and Bright’s late sending-off for a second yellow card as she scythed down Morgan summed up their frustration.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

first_img“It is a balanced draw, one which will be very tough but we have to be ready to face any opposition. All the teams in the group are good and we can’t afford to look down upon anyone,” Kimanzi told Capital Sport.Stars won the title in 2017 on home soil after beating Zanzibar on penalties under the tutelage of Paul Put. The tournament was not held last year due to lack of finances, but returns this year with Kampala hosting it.Harambee Stars players celebrate after winning the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluThe last time Kenya played the tourney in Uganda, they finished second after losing the final to the hosts in 2012, then under James Nandwa.Kimanzi believes the primary target of the team is to defend the crown.“We cannot undermine the achievements of the 2017 squad and as defending champions, it is imperative we go in there to defend the title. We have to go into the tournament with a lot of seriousness and take each match with a lot of commitment,” stated Kimanzi.“We need to do our best and retain our status as the champions,” he added.Kimanzi also believes the tournament will give him an opportunity to assess more local based players with his eyes cast on next year’s 2021 Africa Cup of nations qualification matches as Kenya looks to qualify for Cameroon.Harambee Stars head coach Francis Kimanzi (Right) with his assistant Zedekiah ‘Zico’ Otieno during their second 2021 AFCON Qualifier against Togo in Kasarani. Photo/Raymond Makhaya“There are players who we have been looking at and this will give us an opportunity to look at them better in a competitive situation. We want to have a big and competitive group for next year because this is the best way to support our ambitions. When there is good competition in the squad then the team gets better,” stated the tactician.Meanwhile, DR Congo have confirmed their participation for the tournament and will use it to prepare for next year’s African Nations Championship. They will be in Group B alongside South Sudan, Somalia and Sudan.Group A will have hosts Uganda, Burundi, Ethiopia and Eritrea. This will be the first time in close to two decades that Ethiopia and Eritrea will play a match against each other after border hostilities between them were resolved.0Shares0000(Visited 40 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Harambee Stars head coach Francis Kimanzi during a past training session at the Kasarani Stadium. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 25 – Harambee Stars head coach Francis Kimanzi is confident the team can successfully defend the CECAFA Senior Challenge title in Kampala, Uganda, next month even as he looks to increase his squad depth for next year’s Cup of Nations qualifiers.Stars are in Group C of the championship set for December 7-19 and will battle out with Zanzibar who they beat to clinch the 2017 title, Tanzania and Djibouti.last_img read more

first_imgJose Mourinho’s stadium ban for Saturday’s match at Stoke was imposed after the Chelsea boss unleashed an expletive-laden half-time attack on referee Jonathan Moss and then refused to leave the officials’ dressing room at West Ham’s Upton Park.The Football Association on Friday released the written reasons for the case which Mourinho opted not to contest, instead missing Saturday’s Premier League encounter at Stoke’s Britannia Stadium.Referee Moss’ testimony from half-time of the October 24 clash between West Ham and Chelsea was key, with Mourinho furious after Nemanja Matic had been sent-off for two bookable offences and the visitors denied two goals, one due to goal-line technology and the other due to offside.“When myself and my colleagues left the field of play at half time, as we entered the tunnel area to get to our dressing room, Mr Mourinho the Chelsea manager was waiting for us clearly agitated and began aggressively asking about first half decisions,” Moss says in the written reasons.“Rather than publically (sic) speak to him I asked him to step into the entrance of my dressing room escorted by Simon Sutton, the West Ham United security manager.“Mr Mourinho asked me about a tackle, an offside and a goal line clearance. I gave him brief answers to his questions. After this I asked him to leave the dressing room area.“He refused. I asked him again. After he refused again I asked Mr Sutton to escort him from the room. At this point Mr Mourinho became very aggressive and animated.“He shouted that you ******* referees are weak… (Arsenal manager Arsene) Wenger is right about you… you are ******* weak.“I advised Mr Mourinho not to take his position in the technical area for the second half due to his actions.”Reports from the assistant referees and fourth official corroborated Moss’ comments, the written reasons said.Mourinho was informed of the charge on October 26 and admitted it three days later before the sanction was announced on Monday.The Blues boss chose not to appeal, announcing his decision on Friday.“It is clear from both the letter from Mr Mourinho and his submissions that he regrets the incident and to his credit he made an early admission,” the written reasons said.“His behaviour was in the opinion of the commission unacceptable and he showed a total lack of respect for the match officials and the sanctuary of their changing room.“That is a most serious matter and has to be dealt with accordingly.”The three-man commission argued a financial penalty “has little or no impact upon his behaviour” after assessing his previous disciplinary matters. He was, though, fined £40,000.The commission also determined a touchline ban would be insufficient, given he would still have access to the tunnel area.A stadium ban was therefore considered the appropriate penalty.Mourinho on Friday accepted the punishment, having failed in an appeal against a suspended one-match stadium ban and £50,000 fine for a separate offence for comments made about officials following the loss to Southampton.The Chelsea boss said: “I decided to give up. I know the result of that appeal already.“It’s stupid to fight a fight that you know you have already lost.” The FA have released the written reasons stating why the Portuguese manager was handed a stadium ban 1last_img read more

first_imgDonegal’s famous baker Breezy Willow Kelly was overwhelmed by a surprise gift this week when a brand new oven landed at her door.Breezy, the driving force behind the “Bake Bread for Peace”, was left speechless when Irwin Expert Electrical made a delivery of a new cooker last Friday afternoon.With her own cooker a little worse for wear after so many uses, the brand new appliance was a thoughtful gift arranged by two good friends and neighbours who benefitted from Breezy’s wonderful attitude to life. Breezy Willow receives a new cooker from Irwin Expert ElectricalAs they say: “One good turn deserves another”, and even if the many good turns are so many that you have no meaningful way to repay them, Breezys good friends and neighbours, Anne Frances Long and Susan O’Donnell wanted to do something to repay kindness to her after she so kindly helped them over the past number of months.Born and bred in Glenties, a baker, poet and story maker, Breezy started a worldwide movement three years ago which really rose in popularity. “Bake Bread for Peace” was a way she knew she could heal people in times of sorrow and in difficult times for families and local communities.Anne Frances said: “Breezy came and with her good humour, cooking skills to make sure everyone was fed and she literally just kept everyone going. She always arrives and leaves quietly with no fuss, just there to help others. “How do you ever repay that type of kindness and thank someone for that without being asked? I went around to her house to visit her to thank her personally and noticed that the oven that she uses to bake all day everyday had a broken door and she had a chair against it to keep it closed.”  Afterwards both Anne Frances and Susan contacted Irwin Expert Electrical in Letterkenny, told them their stories and all about Breezy and they were delighted to respond by saying of course they would help by supplying a new cooker for Breezy.Breezy Willow receives a new cooker from Irwin Expert ElectricalBreezy herself had a difficult upbringing, and she said the only place she felt secure was in the kitchen when her mother was baking bread. Her mother was a master baker and the smell of freshly baked bread was the aroma of peace which made her feel safe. Breezy wanted others to feel this across the world, and so “Bake Bread for Peace” began. Now, people all over the world come together to spend some time in the kitchen, enjoying some therapeutic baking and time together.Breezy’s aim was that no matter where you are in the world, just invite people to your home for an evening of baking and talking.Now, with a brand new cooker installed in her own kitchen, Breezy will be able to enjoy even better baking.Breezy Willow with her friends Anne Frances and SusaThere were hugs, laughs and tears last Friday when Breezy opened the door to see the Irwin Expert Electrical’s Van parked outside and the delivery man leaving off a large box wrapped in a big red bow. Little did she know that for her, Christmas really could come early. She just couldn’t believe the kindness that her neighbours and Irwin Expert Electrical had shown to her.Just what Breezy kneaded! Christmas comes early for amazing Glenties woman was last modified: November 19th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:bake bread for peacebreezy willow kellyGlentiesIrwin Expert Electricallast_img read more

first_img In Thousand Oaks, fences are limited to 3 feet. Its ordinance also regulates pilasters, ornamentation, colors and other materials. Los Angeles has a 3.5-foot limit, but allows fences up to 6 feet in some neighborhoods for security reasons or based on city topography. Like Burbank, L.A. initiates investigations based on complaints – but has several hundred a year, officials said. Most residents comply, but if they don’t, the cases are referred to the City Attorney’s Office, where they are usually resolved without prosecution. “These ordinances on over-8(-foot) fences in the community have been debated several times over the last couple decades. But they still remain,” said David Keim, chief of the Code Enforcement Bureau for L.A.’s Building and Safety Department. “They can be a visibility hazard. It can block light and ventilation. There’s a whole host of reasons. There are arguments on both sides of this.” Charlotte Laws, a Valley Glen resident and member of the Greater Valley Glen Council, is pushing L.A. to change its rules on fences and hedges. She said the standards were put in place when crime was lower and when conformity was the norm. “It’s from a ‘Leave It To Beaver’ time,” she said. “These laws need to be reviewed and revised to accommodate a homeowner’s need for greater privacy, security and self-determination.” Scandiffio said he believes he’s being singled out for “selective” enforcement because he and his wife spoke out against the ordinance at a Burbank City Council meeting in August. He has even circulated a newsletter to residents warning them about the ordinance. “Your fences, walls, hedges and trees are at risk of becoming illegal,” reads the newsletter by the Neighbors for the Environment, Privacy and Property Rights. “You may soon be ordered by the city to remove them. SOLUTION: Hire more police officers to fight crime and protect our privacy and property rights.” Jason Kandel, (818) 546-3306 jason.kandel@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals Scandiffio has broken a Burbank municipal code section written in 1967 that puts height limits on walls, fences and hedges at 3 feet in front yards and 8 feet in backyards. The ordinance, similar to ones in place in dozens of California cities, helps “create a consistent development pattern and improve the aesthetic quality of the street-scape,” the ordinance reads. But as Scandiffio weighs whether to trim the 15-year-old hedge that gives him privacy and helps muffle noise from passing cars, Burbank, Glendale, and other cities are considering relaxing draconian hedge and fence ordinances to fit in with modern times. “Perhaps the current standards are out of touch with community character and community values,” Burbank Senior Planner Jeremy Ochsenbein said. “It’s that kind of dividing point between individual property rights and a city’s rights through zoning laws. … Fences, to many, are a positive aspect of their property rights. Other people find them disagreeable. It’s a matter of taste is what it comes down to.” Burbank only initiates a fence or hedge investigation if someone complains. Most of the couple of dozen residents found to be violating the ordinance annually comply by trimming their hedges, putting in shorter fences or applying for a variance to keep the current height, officials said. In Glendale, officials are considering updating a 1922 ordinance that prohibits fences in front yards. Pasadena has a 4-foot fence limit, but its ordinance only addresses fences and walls, not hedges. Santa Monica has a 3.5-foot limit for fences in front yards and 8-foot limits for fences elsewhere on the property. It’s almost as if Michael Scandiffio has become a character out of a Franz Kafka novel, embroiled in his own version of “The Trial.” The “fence police” are due at his Riverside Drive home after someone – he doesn’t know who – reported that he had a hedge that was too tall, raising safety concerns. The city of Burbank sent him a letter, ordering him to trim it or face the consequences. If he doesn’t, he will be charged $37 for each subsequent inspection until he complies. “It’s only a hedge,” said Scandiffio, whose neatly clipped 8-foot-tall bush lines the front of his nearly $1 million home in the exclusive Rancho Equestrian neighborhood. “It’s Kafkaesque, Kafkaesque in the sense that you’re in the dark. You don’t know what’s going on. You don’t know the reason it was done or who did it. Why me out of 40,000 homes? It’s like getting a rare disease.” last_img read more

first_imgSolar-Equipment Dealers Offer Commissions to RealtorsPHOENIX, Ariz. — A solar-equipment trade group called the Arizona Solar Power Society (ASPS) has developed a program to transform real-estate agents into solar equipment salespeople.ASPS President Robert Hoskins explained, “Many Realtors may not realize it, but they are uniquely qualified to sell energy-efficient upgrades and solar power systems to customers that are buying new or existing homes that have big rooftops facing south or west. The real-estate industry is in the perfect position to roll the cost of energy-efficient upgrades, solar power, or solar water heaters into a 30-year, 203-K mortgage — the same way they sell swimming pools.”The Realtor Solar Scout Training Program teaches real-estate agents how to identify south-facing rooftops and encourages participation in door-hanger marketing programs that generate solar-equipment sales leads. The program arranges for real-estate agents to receive a signing fee and a 1% commission on sales of solar equipment.last_img read more

first_imgWalking into a video production set without a lighting plan can throw your production schedule out the window. Here are some things that can help your shoot run smoothly.All images via Nick UtterEven though it might be a bit more work on the front end of your productions, taking the time to diagram and plan what you want in the way of lighting will save your crew both time and stress. Let’s look at few things to take into consideration and then explore the exceptionally helpful process of creating lighting diagrams.Know the Ins and Outs of Your LocationOne of the most important things to take into consideration is your location. On your location scout, make sure that you look for possible problems and limiting factors. Some locations offer the ability to control the natural light already present in the scene, so be aware of where the sun will be during your shoot. I absolutely love using the Sun Scout app for iPhone. It uses your iPhone’s camera to determine when the sun will be where (as seen below).What’s the Power Situation?I typically try and balance our production schedule with what type of visuals we would like to accomplish. Sometimes there are not enough hours in the day to set up every single scene with an entire grip truck. If we need to get by with using reflectors, nets, and mirrors, I have no problem doing that.Sometimes you will need to film in places without accessible power. While I don’t think that you need to light up every scene (even if you have the equipment to do so), if the scene calls for more light, you can always have a generator on standby.How Long Will You Have to Set Up?This is my number one deciding factor on planning my lighting set ups. Sometimes, for reasons out of your control, the production time will require a quick set up. Flexibility is extremely important when working with clients. Last minute schedule changes, weather, traffic, all of these can throw wrenches into your production schedule. Having the ability to be flexible with your lighting setup will earn you points with your crew.Create Diagrams for Lighting PlanningAfter taking all of the above factors into consideration, it’s time to start planning the lighting setup. I prefer to create overhead lighting plans in Photoshop, as seen above and below.The ShotThe Lighting PlanKeep in mind what equipment and crew you will have on hand. Plan for something that can actually be set up and taken down in the time scheduled. Even if things need to slightly change on the day of the shoot, you will at least have a great starting place for your crew to work off of. Having a starting point for your crew to visualize will get everyone on the same page immediately. Here’s another example.The ShotThe Lighting Plan Key Points to Remember When Designing Your Lighting PlanPlan for the “oh, crap” moments that can (and will) happen on set.It’s better to finish early than throw the production schedule off.Plan, plan, plan.Create the diagram and plan again.Have fun.Got any tips for creating a perfect lighting plan? Share them in the comments below!last_img read more