“I’ve been working with my mentor to improve my directorial skills; particularly my cinematography and reasoning behind it. I realized early on that I get so into working with the camera, that I forget to think things through all the way, and end up with poorly executed shots that look truly, embarrassingly amateur, by my own admission. I’ve started trying to take his advice to heart: remembering to set up the camera properly, always using the tripod and never holding the camera or zooming in or out unless necessary; making notes about what I want in each shot and why, and taking those notes with me into the field to reference to keep myself organized and on track.”
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