Percy T. Mejia's creative blog on DashBurst. Hi! My name is Percy T. Mejia and I am 29 years old. I've been a professional videographer for quite a while. Photography has been present in my life since I was quite young. I also produce videos and instruct classes, workshops and seminars on portrait photography, and also, less frequently, photography. My dad was a photographer, and I first picked up a camera at age 7 or 6. I shot something, however, obviously, without much comprehension. I remember when my friends and I began skateboarding and performing our first hints, we were interested and had a fantastic desire to take pictures and videos of our friend. We spent a lot of time outside with the camera and began to understand how to edit. The process of editing and shooting inspired me, and I needed more. But during my research I paid a great deal of attention to video shooting. Using Movavi Video Suite, which I downloaded from https://www.movavi.com , I attempted to convert and edit my original videos, create slideshows, etc.. It supports most modern file formats such as photographs, audio and video. Following graduation, I went into a skateboarding competition. I happened to meet with a cameraman there who had been shooting contextual videos. We must know one another, and I showed him my first videos. The very next week that he helped me move on my very first business take for businesses. I've been working together for around seven years now. The regular began to mill, and I suddenly realised that I wasn't able to shoot and edit properly. So I dropped everything and went to Indonesia. I spent two whole weeks resting and shooting my own pleasure. It was then I took my first steps in a fresh direction. As a result, I came to the conclusion it is very crucial for a creative individual to perform what he likes. I am happy to realize that technology has not stood still and that there continue to be many avenues for people wanting to start. - Percy T. Mejia

Hi! My name is Percy T. Mejia and I am 29 years old. I've been a professional videographer for quite a while. Photography has been present in my life since I was quite young. I also produce videos and instruct classes, workshops and seminars on portrait photography, and also, less frequently, photography. My dad was a photographer, and I first picked up a camera at age 7 or 6. I shot something, however, obviously, without much comprehension. I remember when my friends and I began skateboarding and performing our first hints, we were interested and had a fantastic desire to take pictures and videos of our friend. We spent a lot of time outside with the camera and began to understand how to edit. The process of editing and shooting inspired me, and I needed more. But during my research I paid a great deal of attention to video shooting. Using Movavi Video Suite, which I downloaded from https://www.movavi.com , I attempted to convert and edit my original videos, create slideshows, etc.. It supports most modern file formats such as photographs, audio and video. Following graduation, I went into a skateboarding competition. I happened to meet with a cameraman there who had been shooting contextual videos. We must know one another, and I showed him my first videos. The very next week that he helped me move on my very first business take for businesses. I've been working together for around seven years now. The regular began to mill, and I suddenly realised that I wasn't able to shoot and edit properly. So I dropped everything and went to Indonesia. I spent two whole weeks resting and shooting my own pleasure. It was then I took my first steps in a fresh direction. As a result, I came to the conclusion it is very crucial for a creative individual to perform what he likes. I am happy to realize that technology has not stood still and that there continue to be many avenues for people wanting to start.

Percy T. Mejia