You are absolutely right to call me out on this - and I appreciate your constructive attitude. I didn't want to spend too long on ISO, so I just said in the most concise way I could think of, forgetting that many cameras these days have a native ISO that is not the lowest possible setting.
I havn't updated that site in ages - http://youtube.com/cadevisuals is the place to go
very well said. balance is the key, and the reason I made this video was to try and restore the balance from so many things telling us that perfection is the only option.
wow, that's a whole new level I hadn't thought of - is it selfish to put everything into building our own careers? Probably. Another good reason to keep the balance in check.
thanks Christopher! I love this way of thinking - that big advertising deals or award winning films don't have to be the way we define success. So easy to fall into that mindset though, and to scoff at people who don't make 'proper' films but still call themselves filmmakers. I know I've done that before
I'd love to have such a healthy attitude to failure, that's something we can all work towards. Loved the Freakanomics book, very interesting guy.