One reason why I'd correct that mistake is because not checking it caused our interview not to go as planned. We had technical errors and it made us waste the interviewee's time. Also, the audio wasn't very good because of the mic's we used. If I had checked the equipment before going out to shoot, we could have avoided this problem which brings me on to the second reason.
Secondly, I'd correct that mistake because it would relieve stress. This whole incident caused stress over both myself and my partner. If I only took the time to just check the equipment then I could have lessened the stress, worry, and anxiety from both of us. So I would do-over that mistake so we wouldn't be stressed.
Lastly, I'd correct that mistake because it would avoid this whole mess. The mistake made me realize how important checking the equipment is and how not testing it could lead to bad consequences. I now will always make sure to check each piece no matter what. I will also use my time wiser in the future and pack my equipment earlier so I do have time to test it! If I had, it would have avoided this whole mess.
In conclusion, If I could turn back the clock I would choose to test my equipment before going out to film because it caused our interview not to go as planned, it would relieve stress, and would have avoided this whole mess. I have definitely learned my lesson and I will always check and test my equipment because I know, from the hard way, what happens if not. I hope all you reading this will learn from my mistake and CHECK YOUR EQUIPMENT! Thanks for reading this week's constructed response! Also make sure to read my reflective response, "An Instagram Montage" by clicking on that link. Bye! :)