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Cinematography and Editing

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by Luis Morales, Mar 13, 2016.

  1. Luis Morales

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    i found this youtube channel that i think its just brilliant.
    RocketJump Film School

    the content is top notch very well put together and the information is amazing.

    i think specially useful for some of the people starting there is this video about Cuts and Transitions, probably one of the biggest issues with people starting is the constant abuse of transition and deciding bad moments for a cut (or not using cuts at all).



    full disclosure i know nothing about them just found them today and just cant stop watching.
     
  2. slim.slamma

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    Good 1
    For me anyway
     
  3. PortCanaveralFlorida

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    Yep, very useful information to all editors! The over use of "cheese-e transitions" is way to common. Pinnacle Studio has way to many and some just use the heck out of them for no reason. Keep content as king and move one's eye through the scenes with purpose...not with cheese!
     
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  4. Dr. Ifly Drones

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    This is one of their best:



    It reminds me of some of the discussions that take place on this forum regarding X3 vs X5 vs X5R... 95% is ego and has nothing to do with the perception of the intended audience.
     
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  5. PortCanaveralFlorida

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    Dr, you hit it well!
     

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  6. slim.slamma

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    Lmao but what pro would purchase an x5? None that I've noticed
    Blind leading the blind most likely
     
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    Awesome post!
     
  8. andrew259

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    This is great...

    Just my 2 cents worth For most the pro may not be worth the hassle - but for serious productions it's fantastic - can't wait to show you the music video we just did the drone for (x5) in London - American folk won't know the artist - but Aussies and UK might... Ronan Keating...


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  9. Dr. Ifly Drones

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    I will likely get an X5R in the future but, for now I will stick with my X3. I want it to be on the market a few months first. I was an early adopter back when the P2V+ came out and am still stinging a bit over that...
     
  10. IrishSights

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    One of the best non cut/non transition scenes (apart from maybe when the door closes) I have seen is in the 1st Series of Netflix Daredevil. It's the long fight scene.
     
  11. slim.slamma

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    That's was cool.
    I like the way they did that, different from commercials.
    I like the split second stuff but is was nice to see how they pulled that long scene off & kept the suspense.