In a recent blog, I highlighted four types of videographer (http://www.videoforums.co.uk/blogs/m...uld-i-buy.html). I thought it would be interesting to see what one you think you are...
You film for fun, whether that's holidays, sports or nature.
You've got limited gear, but what limited you have is well used and probably seen better days.
Hopefully you'll get new gear if you can find the money.
You like to enter contests, but it's a all a bit of fun.
You've spent far too much money over the last few years (and earn a lot less from your video work than you spend).
You probably spend almost as much time talking about video than actually filming and your equipment is in pristine condition (some of your gear's only been used a few times).
You've got a Vimeo account, but probably haven't uploaded a video there for at least a year. The last video you uploaded probably had "test" in the title.
You really should put some of your kit on eBay.
You've entered at least one festival in the last year.
You spend a frustrating amount of time with actors.
You've got a showreal and it's upto date.
Video is your main source of income and you're always buying new bits of kit to keep up with tech.
You haven't updated your showreal in years. You think you probably should.