Ask on any photo-centric forum, Facebook group, or Flickr page what they think of verticals. Ask Scott Hargis, Rich Baum, Nathan Cool for their thoughts on verticals. The resounding answer is the same: line up your shots. There are no excuses.
I learned a lot on my first freelance job. Through mistakes and repetition, the list below highlights 25 things that I needed to remember when setting up for this first job.
While you can double-click on most content to open it in the source monitor, you can only open most content. Sequences, for example, will open in the timeline.
You're never lost when you have a line to follow. Just look at your feet and take notice of the red ribbon trailing out ahead of you, over a street, underneath a car, onward as far as you can see. Just follow that and you'll get to where you need to go.
My first mistake was taking hold of the strawberry flavor. One of my co-workers said it was "the way to go." She had said it with a cool, smoke-like demeanor as if she were slipping me a tip on how to try some new illegal drug. Strawberry is "the way to go," hun.
In our individualized news streams, where “truth” can differ from another’s version of truth, we might only see one side of failure, of “fake news,” in the opposing truth. This one-sidedness threatens the future of journalism.