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Cuteness Overload (Wolf Puppies Rescued)

Patti

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Staff member
LOL, the puppies were adorable, but the entire staff looked stiff as boards - sheesh, how could they take care of those precious little critters and act so aloof toward them? I don't know, maybe they were just shy about the camera, but I would be fawning all over those cuties!
 

John Campbell

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LOL, the puppies were adorable, but the entire staff looked stiff as boards - sheesh, how could they take care of those precious little critters and act so aloof toward them? I don't know, maybe they were just shy about the camera, but I would be fawning all over those cuties!

I think it was more camera issues... Working in the pro industry, I have seen in many times... Hard to get someone to act natural while they know they have a camera on them.... especially if they are running camera lighting.... As a general rule people get real stiff unless they have been trained in front of one..

Would you like to volunteer.. Maybe I could bring over 3 or 4 cameras and let you talk about your babies so that everyone in the world can see it.. :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes: LOL, that is why I chose the back side of the camera. Working in the sports arena for a while, holding a camera close up on a coach talking about his team while being interviewed for a TV program can be quite interesting... That is why they have NON-Linear Editing... :eek::eek:
 

Patti

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Staff member
I've been in front of the camera before, in front of a roomful of people much more frequently though, however I'll leave the video documentaries to you and Leonard I think...
 
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