What equipment do I need to shoot a music video?

What equipment do I need to shoot a music video?

You’ll need all the equipment necessary to produce music videos:

• Camera with a 35mm CMOS sensor

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• Videography equipment that includes lighting equipment, a camera stand, a tripod, and the requisite gear for composing sound

• Film stocks that are not available in stores, but can be purchased online at videoinc.com

• A video editor – the one who translates the video into an engaging musical experience and edits the performance into music

• A music producer – the one that oversees the creative direction of the performances and creates the music for the video

• A sound mixer – the one who mixes the audio from the video and provides you with background music for the music video

What can I do to participate?

We are looking for talented music directors. We’re looking for people who are passionate about music videos and will bring the same passion and focus you have for this unique creative medium to their creations. You’ll need to have a strong connection to Los Angeles, California. All of our projects are for production only, and you are responsible for any taxes and/or fees. Please submit your resume and cover letter to:


Please include any music you’d like to collaborate on with us.

The deadline to submit your video is October 18, 2016 at 3:59 PM Pacific Standard Time. Make sure to submit at least a half-hour long final edit together on your favorite video editing platform.

A federal judge on Tuesday granted the Trump administration’s second legal victory in its fight with the courts after ruling that the Republican health care law cannot be enforced after March 6.

The decision by U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor, who is overseeing the suit against the Obama administration — and who is not involved in the litigation in any way — is a rebuke of President Donald Trump, who has described the decision as a “disgrace” and vowed that “every last word” of the rule will be upheld.

“The only thing the judge said was we should abide by the law and I guess he has a problem with that so we will keep going,” Trump tweeted Tuesday morning.

O’Connor, a George W. Bush appointee, ruled in response to Trump’s July 28 tweets that he is not bound by the injunction his ruling issued against the ACA.

In his order, O’Connor wrote: “In sum, the court believes that the Administrative