A still photographer often waiting for the "right" moment to make an exposure, attempts to capture within a single image a complete story.
A film/video photographer constructs a sequence of images to tell a story. The totality of frames is "stronger" than each individual frame.
Each - still/video - of these ways of working are attempting to achieve the same result - a story.
While my still photography skills are somewhat under control, the production of a sequence of images is not. Many different choices including panning, zooming, fading and cutting are new to a still photographer. In addition to these camera and editing skills, there is the ability to have a sound track.
Adding this new way of working - while interesting and exciting - to my skill set is going to take time.
Meanwhile, will leave with