Saturday, 26 April 2014

"Inside The Edit"

The one hour long documentary, Cities At Dawn, was created by following Californian photographer Anthony Epes around as he shot magic hour in various European cities. The original consists of thirty-five hours of film. Now, those original 35 hours are available to students of editing.

Inside The Edit is the world's first creative training course for television editing.

No buttons, no short cuts, no pull down menus... just creative.
This video gives you a taste of the kind of material you would be working with, if you signed up for the course.



If you're not sure what the editor does? Watch this.



1 comment:

Kathy Smart said...

"Inside the edit" is a cartoon approach to explaining editing which in my opinion advertises rather than explains it. The same amount of time could have been spent showing 3 clips and how they can be cut and spliced to generate a tense moment.