Michael DelGiudice has an uncanny ability to bring viewers to the story. It's no wonder that reporters who work with him usually use so few words. When there is a track, DelGiudice usually has the perfect shot to match. During our conversation with the lensman for WNBC he explains how his passion for the camera helped him find a career he never imagined. A career that now includes more than 60 Emmy's, although he doesn't like to talk about it. He explains how learning how to do other jobs around the newsroom can make you a better storyteller.
Weather stories can get old. If you're in local news you know that. But thinking ahead on a weather story, or any story, can make a huge difference. Check out this story from Mike and Andrew Siff. Check out more of Mike's work here.
When A Tripod Isn't An Option
The Steadybag in action. Mike says he likes to bring this with him anywhere he can't bring a tripod. Perfect for those times you have to use the environment as your tripod.