Everyone you work with has something to teach you, if you’re open to education…
Bill Middeke: Bend the sound, blend the sound.
There’s always room for improvement.
A videographer is like a thoroughbred; give him his head and enjoy the race.
Do what you love; then cut it into an award-winning story.
Doug Balko: The tripod is a videographer’s best friend.
Rob King: Don’t be a slave to the tripod.
Chris Karpinski: Everything in moderation but excellence.
Kathyn Bissen: Tilt the shot up AND down. That way you have a choice when it comes time to edit.
John Goff: If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen.
David W. Carlson: What you do well is not necessarily who you are.
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This post was written by sbetchkal on December 21, 2011