Editing and location notes

Editing and location notes - ● what you’re shooting ●...

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Editing combines all of the footage that everyone worked on to create one cohesive piece may have to transform hours of footage into a minute-long movie should work from a script, so that the blueprint for the movie is right there for ready reference have an updated script to work from when you start to pull all of the footage together documentaries initial script is just an outline editor has to revise and update the script based on the footage that’s obtained must make sure that the story makes sense make sure other team members are happy with it more time consuming than people would think set aside a big chunk of time for this be sure to save saving often and early is always a good idea editing programs are known for crashing. save the project in multiple locations in case one file gets corrupted don't have to start from scratch. ” Setting up the Shoot where you’re shooting
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Unformatted text preview: ● what you’re shooting ● how best to capture the images ● good to scout out your locations in advance ● figure out whether they have particular problems or challenges ● shooting indoors or outdoors ○ location planning helps to decrease the stress on the day that you’re filming outdoor locations ● can pose particular difficulties ● you’ll have to rely on battery power ● bright sunshine during the middle of the day is less pleasing to the eye than the hours around sunrise or sunset ○ golden period ● light quality outdoors is also beyond your control ● cloudy days offer a different light quality than sunny days ● more vulnerable to the elements ● carry your equipment over long distances indoors ● probably have the electrical outlets you’ll need for your equipment ● take along an extension cord or a power strip just to be safe...
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