During his appearing on a 'Freakonomics' podcast, Gladwell clarified his point about the 10,000 rule. He believes it has been widely misinterpreted.
The larger point that Gladwell was attempting to make was the success comes from a community, not an individual, and for an individual to be able to dedicate 10,000 hours to deliberate practice, a lot of other people must be there in the background, supporting all the other aspects of life that would be neglected to allow for that kind of practice.
Secondly, deliberate practice is significantly different from doing. Playing the same riff endlessly isn't going to make me better; timing myself and going faster and faster each time, or adding more notes will. There has to be a concentrated effort to improve.
Does that mean I could, for example, have a green screen and a magenta screen in the same shot, and key out both to separate video channels?
>> And why is ky loren a sooky emo kid with daddy issues? Would someone in his position really be such a big baby?
He is a descendant of Anakin, who was a whiney Emo kid.
It's like poetry. It rhymes.
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I love this kind of stuff!
I find when I come back to conventional shooting after doing something weird, I am usually a little more confidant in my editing.