Ross, Anyone on the forum

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Ross,

Anyone on the forum that says that their first video work was perfect would be lying. This particular field is one that takes experience and experience only. You dont just come out of college or a film school and make a Star Wars type move on the very first try and have it turn out like Spielbergs did. You need to walk before you can run. Like Beth said, you have to except the fact that your early works will seem inept but the key is to learn from mistakes and to build upon each thing you have done. Eventually your reach the top of the mountain after you produced a major blockbuster hit. Then you can look down at everyone else and say you did it. Then if you ever want a good laugh you can always throw in your first video and reflect on how you got to where you are today.

Congrats on your venture and keep it going. Well all be watching for your name on the big screen someday. πŸ˜‰

RAM

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