I haven’t read all the pos


I haven’t read all the posts, but I want to post my two cents since I graduated a year ago from college with a degree in Television/Radio. I have felt a similar way, not that I wasted 4 years (otherwise I wouldn’t have discovered that I like video), but I could have gotten a lot better education if I went to the right school. Let’s just say our communication dept. was/is in dire need of some help. I feel as if I’ve learned as much or more after college working solely freelance video jobs.

Like everyone else has said, don’t victimize yourself…pick up a cam and start making videos. Even if it’s just going to the park and shooting random people. What I’ve found is that if you want to be in this line of work you really have to love it. I’m a Christian, and I really believe that no matter what your line of work is that God will provide what you need if you trust in Him. He has me! Anyways, I hope you find what you’re looking for zeta1983. (Wow…I didn’t realize that this thread was started 1 year ago. That’s when I graduated!)

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