The first most important thing I learned was to not procrastinate. This is probably the most common lesson but it is the most important because if you procrastinate then you will fall behind on stuff and it really sucks if you do. In the end you end up rushing to get the project done and it turns out bad. That's what happened to me with my 3rd quarter project.
The second most important lesson that I learned this year was to remember to bring all of your equipment to shootouts. I've learned my lesson when it comes to forgetting your equipment and it really isn't fun because then you have to try to film with a full SD card or a camera with low battery. I had that once with my second quarter project and it was really hard.
Last but not least, the third most important lesson that I learned was to always pay attention. Whenever their is something important that Mr. M is explaining I sometimes doze off and day dream so then I don't know what Mr. M is talking about. I really suggest not to do that because then when you actually have to know what to do, you don't and you do bad.
In conclusion, all of the important lessons I learned was first, to not procrastinate, second, to remember all of the things to shootouts, and lastly, to always pay attention to the teacher. Thank you for reading and have a great day!