chapter  22
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Technical Aesthetics . . . . . . . . . . . AVOIDING TECHNICAL

Assume, for example, that an employee was supposed to have been using a specific, company-approved drill when he was taped. As it turns out, however, he was actually recorded using a different drill-one he had brought from home. Or instead of the companymandated, steel-toed, leather shoes, he wore tennis shoes. Or, even worse, suppose he was wearing leather shoes in the opening scenes, but later, because certain scenes were shot on a different day, he wore loafers.