Lights, Camera, Sound...
Action! Of course it's every filmmaker's dream to be the one to say those words, but it takes a lot of work to get there. You have to know your history, your jargon phrases and everything in between. So, that's why I'm here. I may not write too many academic posts about film and photography, but for those of you who want a piece of the magic, I'll provide you some tricks of the trade, so you can bet this isn't going to be just another personal blog..
Not only that, if I'm working on a project that might spark your interest, you could get involved. So, I might just post up ads for positions on the set! Of course, I won't be posting up major roles, but you'll have opportunities to be there or at least have a hand.
So keep your eyes peeled and your ears up. Not to mention have a few jargon phrases up your sleeve, just to impress those big wigs who've had a bit more experience than you.
My Little Piece Of Advice
Let's Get Technical
Every month I will post up at least one academic topic related to film, TV and photography, so keep checking this space for that article, especially if you're looking to learn more about film production, theory and history, or if you're a student at university. I'm sure I can pass on what I learned when I was a student.
Article Of The Month:
The Editor's Bin
It's easy to forget what we've talked about before, especially when it comes to learning about the deeper parts of the film industry, like how they make a film, what led us to this point, and how film has changed over the course of the last few decades, let alone the last century. So, you can find all my previous posts here! Just click the link below!
I know all you film students out there don't really know how to start. Trust me, when I started filming, I just picked up my camcorder and shot myself, my cousins and my friends, but I didn't really understand what it meant to make a film. Well, now, you guys don't need to flounder around. I'll be posting up tips in my Studio, so you guys can easily access tips and tricks on how to make your films more interesting!