I recently posted an article about our new offering of video services. Our goal is to be a one stop shop if necessary. We have a company that has a very strong presence and loads of experience producing may different types of videos (Sunwest Video). But the other day, I had a chance to dive in myself and do my first professional video for a client. It wasn't anything very elaborate, just a taping of a sporting event and producing a video highlight reel. I had a ball! it was like my first paying photography job! I spent time prepping my gear and stressing over whether i was forgetting something..... you know, the usually pre job stress! I can say though, since i have been producing videos for my church for years, actually getting behind the camera and filming the event was easier (not real easy) than i thought. It also gave me an appreciation of the professionals that do this as their only service. Like photography, there is a LOT of planning and prepping, and I'm so glad we can now offer professional video services to our photography customers. I think the transition is very natural. Have any of you started in photography and have kinda dabbled in video? if so, what was your motivation to pursue video? I'd like to know?