238. 11 Hours with Nathaniel Drew: Filmmaker, Photographer, Digital Nomad

50 videos. 152+ links. 156+ takeaways from this 11 hr training lesson:

[JOSHUA’S NOTE: Below are 11 hours of high-quality, curated content gleaned from Nathaniel Drew’s Youtube channel and Patreon blended with my personal experience as a talent development specialist training over 15,000 professionals and university students, neatly bundled up and in one place.]

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Learning how to learn
  2. How to design a lifestyle you’re proud of
  3. How to learn languages
  4. Special offers by Nathaniel’s sponsors
  5. Nathaniel’s recommended books
  6. Nathaniel’s gear
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The ‘one frame’ goal is another form of reductionism. By definition, the simplest ad needs only one cut, or camera set-up (not including the end frame).

This is not a rule you need to place on every script you write, but it is a useful tool because it forces you to keep it simple.

Aim for as close to one frame (two or three is good, too), or at least be in a position to capture the basic idea in a single frame, as if it were a poster, even if the final ad uses more frames to improve the story telling.