Tutorial: Why You Should Learn to Edit as You Shoot

By David Schonauer   Thursday March 8, 2018

If you’re shooting a run-and-gun project, you should learn how to edit as you go, advises the PremiumBeat blog. Easier said than done: “The trick is to find a way to shoot with the open-eyed wonder of a cinematographer, combined with the pessimistic censor of a pragmatic editor,” notes the website. Tips: Take copious notes, mark shots in camera, shoot interviews before b-roll, and start and end with your strongest shots.

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