Source: Noam Kroll Blog
I recently came to an important revelation: For years Iâve been approaching my editing process completely in the wrong way. It was onlyÂ after editing countless narrative projects that I beganÂ to slowly develop aÂ new method for approaching the editâ¦Â One that allows for a more intuitive process,Â creates a faster turnaround, and drastically improves creativeÂ resultsÂ in every respect. As filmmakers, we often step into the editing process with a very specific vision in mind. This is especially true for those of us that are editing material that weâve also written or directed. Weâve visualizedÂ the story over and over, and can envision a life-like picture of what the film is going to look like once itâs all put together. Naturally, this vision is what drives our initial decisions in the editing room, and our instinct is toÂ want to match the footage weâve captured on set to the story we wrote on the page. In reality though, this kind of approachÂ can actually be detrimental to the editing process, primarilyÂ for one reason â No matter what level youâre working on, many creative elements in your film will inevitably morph and change as you move through the various stages of the process.Â FromÂ concept development to the first draft of the script, things will change. From the final draft of the screenplayÂ to principal photography, things will change. And from production to post-production, things will definitely change â whether you want them to or not. In order for a film to be the best it can be, the filmmakerÂ needs toÂ be willing…Read more at: The Most Important Lesson Iâve Ever Learned About Editing Narrative Film
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