An introduction and good tips.

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    • #55251
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Hello,

      First I must say that I love your site. The info I find there on a regular basis is top notch and I am grateful that you guys do what you do. 

      I am an independent filmmaker and video production company owner in Fresno, CA. I have started writing a daily Twitter and Facebook feed that distills everything I have learned in the filmmaking business in the last 15 years into what I hope to be simple and consistently useful daily tips for the complete filmmaker. The feed will be almost exclusively non-commercial, never discuss my daily activities and be very focused to helping its core readership. I invite you to check it out @MovieKnowHow

      Thank you for your time and keep up the good work!

      Justin McAleece
      Head of Video Production
      at http://www.BlareMedia.net

      @MovieKnowHow

    • #206434
      Avatarara
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      Hi Justin
      I am headed to your feed in the hopes of learning!
      Photography has been my Daily passtime since on the road full time for the past a bit over 6 years with my Buddy "Spirit", a motorcycle with a sidecar for him and our beloved tent!

      I am finding Videos being difficult. Not the Go-Pro stuff, but the real "mechanical" aspects of it. So much wish there was a complete manual!
      Will read what you are writing and it might enlighten me.

       

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