Video Editing from a Director’s Perspective

by | Learning Series, Production, Streaming, Video

Let me start off with a confession: I can edit but choose not to. While I enjoyed the editing process and seeing what was in my head take shape on tape, I also quickly realized my skills in this area were limited and I functioned better when I was able to take a step back from the craft/tech and instead work as a director alongside a skilled editor. Once I started doing that, the projects I undertook flourished.


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