Whitmore, Peter
May 2008
Inside Film;May2008, Issue 109, p08
The author advises how producers and editors can still be on top of their work, in an industry that moves from film to tape amidst the growth of reality TV. He says that reality TV has made shooting footage plentiful. Editors go through reams of digital and high definition (HD). Workflows, according to the author, can be created for every situation depending on equipment, budget and schedule but planning is a must. The author stresses the need for a clear understanding of the goods to be produced has to be mapped out.


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