I’ve been producing videos for as long as I can remember. I owned my own company, which was self-funded, so the equipment I purchased had to have an appealing price-to-benefit ratio.
Which is why I started this site. Being semi-retired now, I needed to fulfill my need to both teach— and make a modicum of income. By sharing my experiences, reviewing value-based gear, and belonging to certain Affiliate programs (like Amazon, plus a number of software and hardware brands), I figured I might satisfy my need to share valuable tips and make a few small commissions here and there.
So that’s what this site is all about. I do not plan an “pushing” anything I can’t personally endorse, and will try to relate my own experiences concerning the types of equipment I plan to introduce. I have been involved in video production from all perspectives– that of a writer, shooter, editor, music producer, and stager of large meetings featuring single screen, wide screen, and multi-screen extravaganzas. My company produced work for large and small companies, including Walgreens, AT&T, Harley-Davidson, Miller Brewing and Pabst Brewing, churches, charities and arts groups.
We handled all aspects of production, and I never hired anybody until I had done that particular job myself first. So I know plenty about hardware AND software.
I hope I can provide you valuable insight into your puchasing needs!
Thanks for being here.
40 years in the video production business and author of the "VideoBiz Book" & “How to Create Tribute Videos”, both in paperback and Kindle on Amazon.