Time to focus

Last week I as I turned another year older and officially hit my mid 30’s, I started to realize that with life it’s easy to loose focus on what your dreams and goals. Now I’m on a personal quest to streamline and get on track with my and my family’s goals.
That kinda brings me to my point. How often do you evaluate your work and area of focus? What do you do with your time when you aren’t working? I just did that and I’m making the changes to both get me on track with my original goal, while utilizing my skills as they evolve.
Lately most of my work has been stock footage and b-roll production, while not glamorous, I’ve had a lot of fun doing it. Now don’t be fooled it’s a lot of work and extremely difficult to make a living just making stock footage, but it’s a great way to supplement and challenge yourself as a filmmaker or photographer. It’s also a great way to keep your skills polished or experiment with new techniques.
So I decided to do a little experiment since I’ve been able to get back into a routine at my day job, I’m going to share my journey into stock footage production. I hope to show what it takes to succeed, while showing you what works for me along with the mistakes I make.
So I guess this is a Bon voyage and make my first steps into the world of stock media production.

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