Since the very first Catspit video I have understood the limitations and hardships of being my own camera man. Making the videos entirely by myself from filming to editing is not as easy as it may appear. The physical tasks involved with setting up the makeshift lighting and camera for each different shot can be tedious. Having to walk back and forth to the camera to check on settings, time, cropping and battery power is lame. And for each shot I have to check everything again and again. That limits scenes.
I really want to tap into Arizona State University, as I am an alumni, and try to find a film student who may be willing to make the videos with me. That way I could show more screen printing action and close up shots. It would be great to have someone managing the camera for me. It would open up creative doors for the educational videos.
So, I have been thinking about how to increase the production value of the screen printing videos. I definitely have to figure out how to make it easier for me to do closer shots. Just know that I am working on things like this and hope to make the YouTube channel and the website better as time goes on.
Thanks for watching!