Posts Tagged ‘editing’
A good first and last impression is key in any industry. Here are 55 side-by-side examples of the first and last frames of popular Hollywood films.
While using stock sound effects can yield great results and save crucial time, accurately and convincingly depicting the visuals may require foley work.
Use these handy tips to speed up the editorial process significantly and get to the finish line faster.
Here are three non-technical editing tips to help you become a stronger storyteller and a bigger asset to your production.
Sick of following technical twitter feeds? Check out these funny Twitter feeds that any video editor will find funny.
Discover a few ways to optimize your video editing workflow with the Premiere Pro ‘Project Manager’.
Get post-production advice from Joel Cox, the editor of American Sniper.
Get some demo reel advice with this masterclass from the tutorial master Division05.
Be a better film or video editor! Memorize a few of these video editing mantras to guide you as you work.
In a creative slump or simply want to up the game of your video editing projects? Here’s a few reasons why you’re editing may be suffering.
No matter what style or genre your film may be, there are certain universal rules that you should be following to ensure your trailer is as strong as possible.
A killer demo reel is the biggest asset you have when trying to pick up work in the film industry. Unfortunately though, many talented directors, DPs and editors don’t understand what it takes to cut a great reel, and end up losing work because of it.