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If you were looking for grips or an AC and I sent you a resume would you be more interested in: 1) a list of numerous projects Ive worked on UNDER the respective title - So I'd just list project names I've worked on, the more specific role I did, and the year - example: Grip & Electric: - Key Grip, "Project Name" Year My concern about this way is even if I have a good handful of projects I've worked on and the roles I've done, someone I'm sending it to might look at this and say "so what? I haven't even heard of that project?" and that it's not substantial enough or 2) a list of the responsibilities and experience of equipment and such I HAVE under that respective title instead? -example: Assistant Camera: - "Title" - 1st AC- responsibilities; equipment worked on Which of these would be better to go with? I originally went with the first one and then had a separate section down below listing the equipment I've worked with. Also my other question is, If I don't have a substantial list of either category "Assistant Camera" or "Grip" but have a lot of experience, should I still put them on separate resumes even though they'd be shorter (for now)? I've always been told not to put Assistant Camera and Grip on same resume Thoughts?
Hello all, I've recently pulled the trigger on a camera cart as I have a shoot coming up where having one would be extremely helpful. Rather than go the route of a modified Magliner (for cost reasons at the moment) I found a great local deal on a brand new Rubbermaid 4546 cart with 8" pneumatic tires. I'm a DIY'er at heart. I love making something work for me through my own efforts. For the past few days I have been looking for a resouce as to what mods others have done with this kind of cart and I haven't find very much. I visited the Backstage Equipment site and found very few accessories for the Rubbermaid as compared to the Magliners. I understand that the Magliner and/or metal camera carts are much sturdier and modifications to these carts are not suited to my plastic cart unless I put a metal skeleton on it. Modifications I have considered are: carpeting the shelves, handle modification to make it shorter so it can fit in my car standing up, sliding drawer for tools under top shelf (which is an add on from Rubbermaid). What I'm looking for are any thoughts or experiences you all have had with these carts, any mods that are a must in your opinion or maybe even some specialty ones. Pictures would be helpful but any information I can get is awesome. Help me build the best DIY camera cart!
I have a Ranger 36 Inovativ camera cart for sale! It was a "floor model", but is pretty much brand new. Reasons you should buy my cart: - Retail: They go for $3,155 in store pick up or $3,230 delivery. But you can buy mine for $2,900! If you can deal with a never-been-used-on-the-field, a couple cosmetic scratches cart, you save $255! Plus, there is a 6 week waiting period for these carts. - Great design: Easy to build, use, and accessorize. I can build and tear down the cart in 28 seconds! - Accessories: Inovativ has a lot of accessories to make your cart pimptastic. They are also compatible with backstage accessories. - Useful: Obviously they are useful. Whether you are a Camera Assistant, Steadicam Op, Sound guy, musician, mechanic, etc. The only reason I'm selling it is to buy a larger Inovativ Cart. I am in love with this company and their product... and you should be to! Feel to email me: MarshallArtsPictures@gmail.com For pictures go to: http://losangeles.craigslist.org/sfv/for/4514273829.html