Whether you were strapped for time, had to lose an actor early, had weather-related issues or something else prevented you from shooting the masterpiece you had planned, sometimes you just have to shoot footage and find a scene in post. Barry will walk through two example scenes and compare the edit before and after. He’ll show you how you can pull a rabbit out of your hat (so to speak) and ways that you can more effectively prep for this when it happens again in the future.
“Finding a Scene” in Post
March 27, 2018
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