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Video camera operators are experts at using advanced video cameras to record moving images. Talented video camera operators are in great demand today. They are hired by television stations, private companies, sports organizations, universities, and non-profit corporations. Depending on where they are employed and their contract with their employers, their video recordings may be used in commercials, news broadcasts, live television, sports broadcasts, or documentaries.
Completing an associate's or bachelor's degree in videography, journalism, film-making, or television is a great way to enter this field but it is not mandatory. What is more important to land a job as a video camera operator are the skills that go into creating a winning record. Prospective employers place a high value on creativity, technical skills, knowledge of lighting and lenses, and the ability to work under pressure. Strong observation, time-management, communication, and organizational skills are crucial attributes for this role.
Before going for your interview, take time to do two things. One is to put together a portfolio showcasing some of your best work and your skills as a video camera operator. The second is to rehearse your replies to the challenging questions that the interviewer is sure to ask you. Your replies must emphasize that you have the passion and the skills necessary for this role. Go to Mock Questions to take a look at some of the questions that interviews routinely ask to assess candidates applying for a position as a video camera recorder.