Decide What You're Worth
BY JENIECE TORANZO MESA, ARIZONA
Recently I came across this job posting on Craiglist. It's actually a response to a job posting. When I saw it I thought "wow that's so true." Most of the time, the people who are not in the industry and are requesting these types of services don't realize how much money and time actually does go into creating what you want. What you are paying for is the experience, the knowledge that the individually has that they may bring about the vision that you have. It also pays for all the expensive equiptment. So you have to decide what you think you are worth. Wether you are a writer, cinematographer, editor, gaffer...whatever it may be, believe in yourself and your talent or gift and believe that you are worth the price in your proposal in a specific project. If you don't believe in yourself, no one else will. You shouldn't go too little or too high. But be realistic and reasonable.
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Date: 2007-10-16, 7:28PM MST
Panasonic AG DVX100b Camcorder $3,500.00
Sennheiser Shotgun Mic $450.00
Sennheiser Lav System $700.00
Lighting Package $1,200.00
Tha fact that someone would even ask a professional
videographer to shoot with his own gear for $10 to $15
dollars an hour....Priceless!
Location: Out There
Compensation: As little as possible
Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this
Please, no phone calls about this job!
Please do not contact job poster about other services,
products or commercial interests.