The very start of this video is slow, it takes a lot of time going over an interview about the very beginning of Photoshop. The transition from the interview in the past to the present is surprising. An old-fashioned style of music comes on as it fades into Russel walking down the sidewalk. The silhouetted walk down the hallway as Russel comes into the building is also interesting and a good way to keep interest. As Russel sits down at the table the camera is constantly moving in some way. At one time, the camera jumps from the left side to the right side by using a short frame in the center of the table to act as a transition rather than panning and it breaks up the visual variety. As the guys talk, the camera will show one of them talking and then to another one laughing right after. The video also does a great job of jumping to images that are related to what the creators are talking about. There isn’t a variety of tight shots, most of the shots are medium shots that show a head-and-shoulders stream of one or two people but there are times when it cuts to just the head or a layered head shot with the back of someone in the foreground and the talking person in the background. This video isn’t really a documentary about what these guys do, it’s more of a non-formal interview and it would have been nice to see them in action but at the same time, it’s my understanding that this is a large part of the commercial world so in a way it does hold true to a documentary rather than an interview.