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Why Shooting Techniques Are Important to An Editor

June 7, 2012

Film editing is part of the post-production process of filmmaking. It involves the selection and combining of shots into sequences to create a final motion picture. The editor must creatively work with the layers of images’, story, music; pacing and dialogue to effectively re write the film into one final piece. However, the editor has to be given the right shots and scenes to be able to edit a final piece. If they don’t have the correct shots, such as dialogue scenes or people are shown on the wrong side then the editor will not be able to create a smooth and readable film. The director must make sure what he is filming and make sure that is correct so that the editor can then create a piece which is readable and hopefully successful.


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