I would love to go to school to become a camera operator. Are there many job opportunities as a camera operator? Do you have to be well connected? How is the pay? Is there something else that you would recommend for someone looking to get into tv or movie production?
I was reading thise army reserve page about civilians that could have jobs with audio, and video equipment and that kinds of stuff, but it didn't get much into detail. What kinds of jobs could a civilian camera operator have in the military?
Just looking for a career for the rest of my life i have been interested with being a camera operator for a while know, and one more question is what are some jobs that travel.
Please experience camera women and men operators I need your help and guidance.I've been trying to find info on how to get a job as a camera man or camera operator for TV and Film. To be more specific and to clarify. The people who operate the TV cameras on TV shows, News Stations, Sporting Events, Etc and for Film like movies. Do you have to take film school just to operate a camera? Or is there a school that offers that? Thanks.......
I want to work in TV/Film when I'm older. A video editor or Camera Operator is the 2 jobs I'm thinking of, I haven't decided which yet though.
How much would you get a year?
I have a project and i need to know what 2 values a person should have to keep the job as a camera operator
I'm in year 9 and am planning to take my options, I want to become a camera operator. However I've had little information about which options are suitable for this job, please if you have any answers tell me were you got them from. Thank you :)
Also does a cinematographer operate the camera used to film movies and television shows.What type of school do you have to go to to be a camera operator and to learn how to use the camera.
I've tried researching a lot of places on the internet and the only place I've found that teaches TV/Film camera operators are in England. Does anyone know where in the US that they may have a school for camera operator? The kind of work I'm talking about is a camera man for a TV show or Film. Is this something you have to go to film school for or is there a place that just teaches how to be a camera operator? Thanks for your answers!!!
Can you be a camera operator and a Casting Assistant aspiring Casting Director, just wondering if it would be possible or if im just crazy
I really want to work in the media industry, it is my dream. My dream job is either an editor (for trailers would be nice) or a camera operator, working in the BBC is something I'd like to do - or better yet, TV studio's in LA!
What is the average wage for someone with these jobs? Even if it's low, I'll still do it. But I want to know because I'd like to visit America a lot when I'm older and I'd wanna know if I can or not.
How hard is it to become one? I want to do the following if possible...
-Or the news.
How hard is it to become a Hollywood Camera Operator? And the pay?
I am a freelance lighting cameraman/camera operator and director of photogography based in London and I need to finding some websites where I can find UK based freelance work, thank you
Saw the Dirty Jobs Behind the Scenes. How much do those guys, specifically, the camera operators get paid a year?
Im going for my bachelors at U of M in communications. But there are 5 different communication degrees they offer. They are electronic media, technical and professional, journalism, public communication and culture, and speech. I am going to major in two of them and journalism is not one. Im leaning more towards electronic and public communication. I would like a career in either public relations, advertising, news anchor, camera operator, etc. So which 2 should i take? Also, which communications jobs have their own office or desk? One of those jobs i would like too. Thanks
If Santorum gets his way many jobs would be lost. Not just actors but support people as well such as camera operators
Companies which supply the industry would be hard hit, everyone from manufactuers of Lubricants to stock hoders in Viagra.
Would Republicans like seeing all those unemployed porn actresses in the grocery using Food Stamps?
And what if Jena Haze and Friends show up with signs saying Will Work For Food?
Im 21 and know little about taxes and what i can and cant do. Anyway i just got a cp2000 in the mail stating i didnt claim some income i had last year. Im a freelance camera operator for television so i recieve many w-2s and 1099s. I waited until the week before the deadline to make sure i got everything and i still didnt. Since i didnt get a 1099 i forogt and never claimed it, it was $4400.00. I am wondering how i can get around paying the 1400 they say i owe. Someone said maybe a scedule c, which is a business write off form. The only thing about that is i dont have any of the reciepts for anything. Can i just do it and hope i dont get audited? Are they going to ask for proof? Please some help because i dont have 1400 laying around for the government. Thanks.
Actually am attending flight school i love it but i can consider my self a Professional with the camera i question my self could i candidate to work for a film ,fashion industry ,commercial ect as a camera operator ?
So, I'm taking classes for film tech. On our next class shoot and hopefully in the future I'd like to be a camera operator. So my question is what are the basics I need to know, gear I should have, skills, any tips or tricks. I know a bit about photography, cinematography and basic camera operation but not extensively.
I know it starts with getting work experience and at a junior level, but I wondered if anyone knows the job progression, how long it takes, and what sort of wage you'd expect?
(I'm currently earning a film degree by the way, predicted 1st)