For me, the joy of being a videographer is having the ability to capture sensations with the eye of a camera. The camera's movement is extension of how the operator feels - it gets curious, intense; it explores from blurry state to focused as the thoughts probe; it relaxes; it fully enjoys its unique eyesight.
I studied film making and have participated in the makings of student films in professional studio. I learned from writing of screenplay to getting the film crewr together, creating shot list, directing the actors, lighting, focus, picking the right lenses, recording audio, to post production work. The vast amount of self studying and experiences of video projects during the past a few years helped me build solid understandings of important concepts in this field, such as depth of field and lenses, how to create beautiful bokeh with various lighting conditions, the skills of maintain focus of moving subjects, etc.
When it comes to event video, I use the naturalistic approach. My camera and I are good catchers of accidental humors, candid expressions, mood and atmosphere, which normally make much better material for the documentary film than the posed shots. During editing, I use my talent as a writer/poet to weave a storyline for the short film or highlight clip that is logical, random, musical and witty. I use Canon 6D full frame DSLR, which delivers truly amazing cinematic footages.