I thought I had it all figured out: I graduated from college with honors and a BA in film & video editing, I got a job with a great company right after college and I stayed with this company for 10 years.
But I just wasn't happy. It's not that I don't want to work - I probably work more than most people I know... nights, weekends, etc. But I was sick of working on projects where I do the creative with no return.
A blog post about how the industry is changing.
A blog post about my favorite tips and tricks
The importance of having a workflow
What's in my gear bag (spare cards and batters, cameras, lenses, cloths, cleaners, a rode mic, etc.)
How I edit - selects, super selects, etc.
Don't Steal. Give Credit where it is due. We'll call it "film karma"