Hey Bob, My advice is that

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Hey Bob,

My advice is that you first apprentice with a local videogrpher and learn while you earn. Chances are that your willingness to operate a 2nd cam, set up and break down equipment, interview guests, etc. would make you a valuable crew member for any local studio.

On the job training trumps any training you get from simply reading a book. Nonetheless, I recommended a great ebook on starting your own business

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004OA6EUM

By reading the book, you’ll be able to learn the lingo so you can interview well when applying for apprentice jobs.

Best of luck to you

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