Your Personal Invite For A Fun Interview

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Your Personal Invite For A Fun Interview

When I did the first video interview, it was an experiment. With a few under my belt, I am having fun and considering better ways to conduct them moving forward. These are relatively easy pieces to shoot, but the editing takes time. Adding Closed Captioning is eating up the most time but, in my mind, is one of the most important pieces of the puzzle. None of that matters without connection.

To date, most of the interviews I have shot have been with people in the modeling industry. That is not likely to change since those are the people most prone to wandering in front of my lens. Today’s interview was brought in by an industry connection. A bundle of energy and personality, it was fun working with Pam to make this happen.

Interview with “Pam-Pam”

Pam was brought into my studio by a mutual friend (who you will be seeing soon!). While I prefer to do these one-on-one, not everyone is comfortable in front of the camera. While we filmed interviews, the personal interaction was quite entertaining. From this particular experience, more ideas began to develop. It will take time, but I am hoping to keep to at least one new video a week on my YouTube channel. I hope you will take a moment to stop by and have a look.

If you are enjoying the progression on these interviews and would like to see more, here are a few ways you can help:

  • Leave a comment here, on Facebook, or on my YouTube channel
  • Ask me about doing your own interview for Anything But Ordinary
  • Subscribe to my YouTube channel
  • Share this post
  • Hire me for photographic services

So, when do you want to do your interview?

 

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