I feel like if you start off at a very small scale, people are too cheap to take the time to understand what you’re doing. I think that just because the world is changing doesn’t mean that everyone has to follow suit. But, if I go and work with people, even if I have a bachelor’s, I’d like to think that I’ve built a tool that they can use to take advantage of the technologies and to build more efficient production processes.
Can you name some of the technologies that you used in my work?
Video editing is not a science, so you do things on this project that you wouldn’t normally do and you figure it out later if everything is a little too complicated. Some of the things you do to enhance the clarity of the footage are like the ability to use stereo lenses in the back of the camera as opposed to the front. You’ll do a quick edit with different angles and different cameras – it’s more like getting an idea when doing stuff rather than having an experience where you’ve just seen something and you know it’s all there.
What do you know about the future of video editing?
Video editing is changing every week and the way in which people watch what they have on a TV screen is changing with it, and new technology is being developed every day. What is interesting to me that if video is so interesting I was born to be a person in this work. I love what I’m doing and I want to make a contribution to the process of how people watch videos now instead of it being strictly just an entertainment product. So, the video editing industry is continuing along its growth trajectory and it’s definitely not slowing down any time soon. It’s certainly going to grow in years to come; you just can’t predict that.
This article was originally published alongside an interview on The Creators Project.
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