Former producer of TMZ Celebrity News, Colin Drummond is a leader in the entertainment industry who loves filmmaking experience, prominent business associates, and the everyday behavior of captivating people. Dramondo is currently the CEO and founder of a news agency recently launched to deliver photos, videos and humanitarian news about politicians and celebrities in Washington, DC and around the world.
Who gets the news and how does Entertainment News Agency provide the latest exclusive videos and photos of top politicians, celebrities and civil Masako Katsura servants? Dorothy Dutch asked Colin Drammond an investigation question to get to the heart of the paparazzi phenomenon. For those of us who want to browse famous photo stories online or offline without shyness, understanding the world of candid cameras will be even more satisfying. This discussion session is aimed at journalists who provide daily unethical behavior, celebrity photos, gossip, news articles, and entertainment news, even before the entertainment program first enters the room. Dramons’ answer gives you a stunning glimpse into the world behind the paparazzi’s candid cameras.
Dorothy Dutch: Are the paparazzi writers or most of them photographers?
Colin Drummond: Mostly photographers or former photographers have set up their own distributors. They work at a daily rate (standard wage per day). This is known as a freelance job. It’s better for them because they still own their images and videos. Most paparazzi are freelance photographers who work for photo-selling agencies, who take cuts. A good agency has a strong sales team that can post photos to TV series, magazines, billboards, and even movie marketing materials.
DD: What qualifications do paparazzi need?
CD: The father must have a camera device, know an acquaintance, know how to take a picture, and be able to ask good questions. The equipment requires a lot of camera equipment, a high-speed SLR camera, some good (very expensive) lenses, and an HD camcorder.
DD: Can anyone do it?
CD: Yes, no. Being in the right place and at the right time gives everyone good luck and a great image, but doing it every day requires hard work and dedication to the subject.
DD: Paparazzi are considered “pests” and should be avoided as they do anything to take pictures. Are they so bad?
CD: Not really. Those who have been in business for some time have good relationships with all celebrities. They usually know how close they can be to someone or who to wear long lenses.