Let us preface this by saying that having a full crew on shoots is a very good thing. But with that being said we feel like every aspiring filmmaker should learn how to do almost every aspect of producing a video, commercial, movie, etc. It's all relative. We've preached this for years and feel like you are doing yourself and your craft an injustice by at least not trying to learn the different fields of #production. You don't have to be great at all the different jobs in #videoproduction but you are much more of a threat if you gain a little knowledge of #writing, #directing, doing #camera, #lighting, #sound, #editing, #colorcorrection, #music, #exporting, etc. It's taken us years to learn the different aspects and we still have a long way to go but learning to do the different jobs have helped us cut down on costs leading to keeping our clients budgets lower.....which is a very good thing when you are making a living out of video production. It may seem overwhelming but it's really not, if you are just willing to learn. Plus it allows you to see the entire production in your head from start to finish and when you get to that point in your filmmaking career that's a very good feeling. So by learning the different jobs on sets it allows you to be more reliable and credible when you are on a bigger budget set and you are able to know a little something about others jobs on that particular production. Stay humble, work hard, learn, always be hungry, and be ready when those bigger jobs come your way.
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