Jennifer O'Rourke - March 22nd, 2013
Jackson Wong - September 18th, 2012
Directing can be a very rewarding task during video production. Directing animals even more so. Being a director of dogs is something that two Videomaker readers have done for quite some time, and at their core are dog trainers, with videos coming secondary to the dog training.
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I have my first paying project underway and the client and I both admit this will be a journey for us both to learn from. The project: DVD to supplement 8 lessons that will accompany the printed workbook lessons. Each of the 8 lessons need to be a 10 minute lecture from my client. Sounds easy and straight forward, but when I go to capture we end up starting/stopping/re-capturing...In post I am doing WAY to much work piecing everything together.
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Unless your ambition as a filmmaker is nothing more than shooting small personal videos, eventually you will will end up working with others on a crew. Just from the role of 'Director of Photography' your responsibility will be to get the actual 'look' of the project on to tape. If you are not also the Director of the film, then you will have the added responsibility of getting the director's 'vision' with your creative ability as well.