My friend Florian Dobler wants some feedback on his work. This is what I'm talking about. Get out there, use any tools you have around, take some shots, record some video and start thinking what you can do with it. You don't need the great pre-pro to create, sometimes things on the go work perfectly, the issue here is to stay active. Try to do this every couple of times in a month besides your job or study. Give time to your personal stuff, is important that you find your own style, at the end, is because of this style why you might get the job or not, so try to match a proper signature of what you do. In this specific case notice the photo, great looks and nice post to it. Do I see a camera tracking to properly fit the particles to the camera moves? Many times I've been asked how to do this, maybe the author has some insight for us.
Anyway, thanks for the mail, and if anyone wants their work curated or need some platform to be heard, The Jellyfish Act is always happy to help.