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    You might be an established wedding videographer and would like to offer a new option of having an additional cameraman? Perhaps to shoot the Bride or Groom getting ready....and to have someone standing at the back of the church, etc. I am currently available for freelance work and would value some more experience. I charge 150 pounds for the whole day and prepared to travel just about anywhere. Please contact me. This partnership would work both ways because I would probably want to hire you as my second cameraman on days that you don't have a wedding booked.

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    I suggest you post some samples of your work as 'wedding videographer' just conjours up notions of have a go camera wannabes with dixons finest. ( no offence to the good guys )

    Perhaps also list your kit. Well not perhaps - totally essential really - unless of course you really did get your camera from dixons....

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    PD150 with me66, manfrotto monopod & tripod, wide lense and light.
    Adobe Premiere 7.

    This post is to Dixons finest also, if you can get the work why not?

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    Hello.
    My name is Robert H J Scott - Ba English/media. I have been a freelance cameraman for 5yrs specialising in interviews. I have BBC experience and TV credits and references to my name as well as an extensive and varied history of corporate work.
    I live in rural North Wales and insist on being considered as I know I am the man for this job.
    Yours sincerely Robert Scott

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    Job . . What job?As Mark suggests, listing the gear you'll be using helps everyone decide if you'll be mutually sucessful.
    My opinions are just that . . . Mine. It's not personal, but is based on my emotional and professional reaction to requested critique. If you choose to ignore constructive comments, I'll just assume you're a vanity poster and not posting to improve your filming and editing skills.

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    unsuccessful experts???? Have you got BBC references and credits? what was the meaning of that comment matey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by videohighlights View Post
    unsuccessful experts???? Have you got BBC references and credits? what was the meaning of that comment matey?
    It's in Zero's signature. No meaning implied to you. (But for the record, I don't have BBC references or credits). Not even a Blue Peter badge!

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    for the record i think you mistook me for someone who doesn't give a shit about what you have.

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    unsuccessful experts???? Have you got BBC references and credits? what was the meaning of that comment matey?

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    Zero for zero experience lol

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