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Old May 19th, 2008, 02:57 PM   #31
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Interesting idea

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Usually, I'm with you on that, but this time I felt like it gave me a chance to change my thinking a bit, so I learned something.

Thanks for all your feedback, guys. Always helpful.
I learned most of my "what not to do while shooting" by editing the footage I shot and thinking "Awwww crap. I need to remember not to do X," etc.

It would no doubt benefit me to edit another shooter's footage so I can learn a different set of mistakes to not do, instead of the same set of mistakes from my footage. :-)
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Old May 19th, 2008, 03:20 PM   #32
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I learned most of my "what not to do while shooting" by editing the footage I shot and thinking "Awwww crap.
Too funny! I'll never forget the sense of horror I had watching my own stuff when I first edited it. Thank God it's much better now, though I still see things I can't believe I was stupid enough to do.
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