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Also, you have a very good sense for true documentary-style film making, capturing the experience as opposed just chronicling the events. Keep that up. That's exactly what was so compelling about your Nightmare series - it's not just the decision/results, it's the decision process that you show that's so reveting. Even the boredom/cooking/sleeping/messiness down below was all interesting because THAT'S as much a part of the experience as storms and sunsets.

In this regard, there's another great guy around here named Dylan Winter. He is/was a cinematographer for the BBC and has a GREAT ongoing series called "Keep Turning Left":

Keepturningleft.co.uk around Britain in a 19 foot boat - YouTube

His film making is brilliant as well. You should find his stuff on YouTube and talk craft with him. His shooting, editing, and story-telling are all top notch...as is his use of narration, etc.

Keep it coming!
Thanks so much for the feedback and recommendations on making better sailing videos! DYLAN WINTER's videos are AWESOME! I've subscribed and am really looking forward to watching them all. My girlfriend Monique and I are planning to sail from North Carolina to Newfoundland and on to the UK... So Dylan's videos are just amazing for us to watch. Priceless... It would be fantastic to have a conversation with Dylan about making sailing videos someday.. and even maybe in person when we get there? Thanks!
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