Monthly Archives: February 2021

I meet so many incredible womxn that tell me they suffer from imposter syndrome.

So what is imposter syndrome?

Imposter syndrome is an overwhelming feeling that you don’t deserve success. It convinces you that you are not intelligent enough, creative, or talented. 

Can you believe that? There are womxn who have worked for years crafting their talent and skills they believe they don’t deserve it?

It’s crucial to remember we are not born feeling less worthy than others, but it is a result of continually being treated as though we are not enough. When you experience systemic oppression directly or indirectly your entire life, that you are less-than or not worthy of success and then you begin to achieve things, it goes completely against that ingrained long-standing narrative you have created. This will inevitability result in imposter syndrome. 

Imposter syndrome is not merely a lack of confidence – it is the logical outcome of a world that was never designed for womxn to be successful through internalised misogyny. It’s not that womxn do not believe in themselves, it’s more the world refuses to believe in womxn. 

I get messages all the time from womxn on how I have the confidence and courage to post my work, my ideas, my thoughts and ignore the misogynistic comments I inevitably receive from putting myself out there.

In Michelle Obama’s book, she has written about how as a young woman, she would lie awake at night asking herself: Am I too loud? Too much? Dreaming too big? “Eventually I just got tired of always worrying what everyone else thought of me.”

Quiet that inner voice and next time it tells you that you are not good enough or that you don’t belong. Remind yourself:

  • I am worthy
  • I am talented
  • I am smart
  • I am enough
  • I deserve this.

I want to remind any womxn reading this, that they can achieve their goals. To be fearless. To be unapologetic. To know they are worthy of everything they want and so much more. 

Don’t let that inner voice stop you. 

So here it is the rumoured FX3, just weeks after the Sony A1 bombshell.

Now remember, this is a rumour so take everything here with a pinch of salt. 😅

The interesting thing about the Sony FX3 is that it is part of the cine camera series (Such as Sony FX9) however, it also bears the Alpha mark (“a”) that suggests it is part of Sony’s mirrorless camera range.

Its been rumoured this could basically be a Sony A1 in a smaller body with more video features, which could be a very attractive option especially if Sony keeps the prices down. 😁

Another interesting thing about this camera is the top plate revealed a joystick, which is something we have never seen before.

Similar to when the Sony A1 was launched as a direct competitor to the CanonR5, the Sony FX3 is set to be CanonC70’s nearest competitor, including other compact cinema cameras such as the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K.

With the release of the SonyA7siii and Sony A1 they both lack a lot of the Cinema Line features and maybe now you will know why. One thing that does look certain is that Sony will be unveiling everything on 25th – 28th February.

So let’s keep our eyes peeled. 🎉

Live Streaming at Future Yard

Great time shooting a live stream for Natalie Mccool & I am Pixey at Future Yard

We all know the pandemic has halted almost all traditional forms of production, events, and human interaction, forcing everyone to explore new ways to stay connected.

Social media has been very powerful in keeping us all connected and allows us to provide a sense of shared experience and community. It has also allowed many of us to explore the possibilities and power of live streaming.

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