How to Grow as a Videographer

Cassidy, Kyle
April 2017
Videomaker;Apr2017, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p46
The article offers suggestions for making a career as a videographer. It mentions that taking assignment for video recording like weddings and events that helps in improving capability for becoming videographer, and states that incorporating new camera techniques helps in developing videos. It also mentions the use of action cameras for recordings.


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