This In Focus with videographer Jason Hernandez is so helpful, especially when using DSLR’s which are much more susceptible to camera shake. Some really great advice is given here, and this should be viewed by anyone (everyone) looking to make their footage a little less shaky. One thing I found rather counterintuitive is to turn image stabilization off when using a tripod. Who knew?
This is a man who knows he will not get re-elected (there’s no way), and whose political career is likely over when you add up the corruption enquiries to which he’ll undoubtedly be linked, the tuition increase in a province where we’re the most taxed in North America and more than paying for our educational system already, Bill 78, and so much more. So what he is currently doing are his last moves before he switches to becoming a lobbyist: basically handing out free money, at our expense, to his corporate friends.
- He’s selling out our natural resources at the highest bidder with his Plan Nord, to no one’s advantage but the (often foreign) corporations who are buying it up (and who will for sure hire him once out of office).
- He’s putting in place unconstitutional laws, knowing that by the time they are ruled as such, he’ll have gotten what he wanted out of it in the first place anyway.
- He is (or will soon be) on the chopping block in a massive corruption inquiry.
Just to illustrate how absurd this situation really is: the tuition increase is supposed to raise $130-160 millions from students’ pockets out of the fresh $800 million going to universities (whose funds are so mismanaged, it’s doubtful they need it at all). But on the other hand, he’s happy to fork off $300 millions to build one road that will benefit one private mining operation. How does this make sense in any way?