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  • Editing Tip: Polishing Your Work

    Editing Tip: Polishing Your Work

    January 29, 2011, 9:19 am
    Your goal with your rough cut is to lay down your shots in the order in which you wish to tell your story. Chances are, if you’re producing a narrative, you decided the order of your scenes in pre-production, and you now just need to follow your storyboard as if it were a recipe and assemble the clips accordingly, picking the "best" take for each scene. Many documentaries "write themselves," as the characters describe the subject matter. Either way, in the rough cut...

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