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Professional videographers/photogs for TV

Discussion in 'Through-the-Lens Club' started by MrMurphy, Jun 14, 2004.

  1. MrMurphy

    MrMurphy ********* Moderator Moderator Millennium Member Lifetime Member

    Jan 16, 2001
    Buried in the X-files
    Anybody else in/used to be in the biz? I shot for an NBC affiliate.
  2. T. Harless

    T. Harless

    Jan 14, 2003
    Back in '85- '86 I used to shoot still photos for KDKA in Pittsburgh while in college. Then 15 years as a photojournalist for daily newpapers. Now I'm full on freelance. Haven't worked for "the man" since 98.


  3. FrankM


    Apr 13, 2004
    I have worked in and out of the biz for about 25yrs....from studio camera to asst news dir.....left the biz about 2yrs ago after breaking in a new sat truck....the first one in the texas panhandle....had offers to go do bigger and better things but I HATE MOVING!!!
  4. MrMurphy

    MrMurphy ********* Moderator Moderator Millennium Member Lifetime Member

    Jan 16, 2001
    Buried in the X-files
    I started out running master control, ended up as senior master control operator when the "other" senior guy (18 years) died in his sleep of a heart attack..... they said, "We see you as a director" and I said, "I see myself as a photographer..... if I don't become one, there's a dozen police departments who'd love to have me.." two months later, I had the spot.
  5. Chuck66

    Chuck66 Traveling Man

    Mar 10, 2004
    East TN
    I shoot for a CBS affiliate. Been there just over 5 years. I'm also the live trucks chief. Before here, I was across town at the NBC for 2 years. They tried to push me into an overnight producer gig, and ended up pushing me into the live truck gig at the other station.

    It has it's days. Good day: go on a big drug bust and get to see/check out all the cool guns seized from criminals, which doubles as advanced knowledge of what's gonna show up at the next seizures auction. Bad day: crazy ass redneck pulls a shotgun on me while I'm shooting his land from a public street. Suddenly, I didn't care that I was there legally. His 12ga pre-empted any law I had on my side.

    I, of course, would be fired for carrying a gun to work(provided I got caught;f )