Top 5 ProHUB Videos of the Week

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In our industry, there's really no better way to display your work than with video. (So we've decided to pick the top five videos of the week that caught our eye.) Make sure to share your ProHUB videos because when you share, we notice...so show us what you've got. Happy shooting!

DP: Reel
Lance Kaplan 

Cinematography Reel
Ryan Atkins


Women Boxing Documentary Video
Alex Jopson


Daydreaming Cowboy (Short Film)
Robert Dyck

Editors Reel
Silas Orteza

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