Thanks! Share it with your friends!
After shooting and editing for a while, I’ve come to really respect both skills. I think more shooters should learn each and learn how to think like an edito…
Thank you for the info. One thing though, my OCD makes me constantly not
able to take my eyes off of your shirt collar haha. The whole video I was
imagining myself fixing it for you.
Thanks I’m shooting my first event next week and am a rooky in film.
Great information, thank you for making this.
Great Tips (y)
Mahalo. Great tips to remember and practice.
Great tips man! Subscribed!
great stuff! im glad i found your channel. thanks!
I’m so new to this (coming from photo background) and this video is great.
Gives me plenty to think about. Thanks
Thanks For This Valuable Video …… <3
Fantastic tips…. Teach me master :D
I was wondering what I was doing wrong. I always shoot b-roll, good main
shots, but always forget about transitions. Thanks for nailing it in my
These tips were extremely helpful. Thank you so much!
music OST for this plz?
Awesome tips for videographers.
Great Tips Brother!
Excellent (mostly common sense) advice. My favorite of the bunch: #1 –
Transitional Shots. Go check out this 6-minute video for the other 6 tips.
Bro, you awesome!
Amazing and Very Helpful!!
I’m primarily an editor and when I go out and shoot I realize I capture
with an editor’s mindset, which at times is an advantage because I’m used
to how the content will come out.
Brilliant advice :)
Thanks, a very helpful video. I found your discussion of transition shots
and b-roll the most useful!
Do you have any reviews of editing software? I’m about at the end of FCP7,
and wondering whether to go the Adobe route or try Sony Vegas and DaVinci
Thank you so much for the link at the end of the video!!! I was looking for
this background tune for a while now. The guys of the drive network used it
aswell. Great channel!
Great tips man.
Thanks. Really helpful.
Wow this helps a lot very useful tips man! Thanks
Genius video! Now thats learning Mr. Pike! Thanks for sharing!
Great suggestions! I never get enough b-roll
I can’t believe this only has 1200 views. What a great episode. Great
Very useful. Thank you very much!!!
What editing software do you use?
very helpful : ) thankyou!
I’ve seen a loooot of video’s on filming and editing, but you actually
mentioned some tips I’ve never heard or considered before (but are very
valuable). So nice going!
song¿? btw nice video and helpful tips
It says what it is at the end of the video.
Really good advice, even for people who arent total beginners anymore!
Great video Caleb. Thanks for sharing!
Dude, your channel could use a boost in the views because this is some top
quality content, straight to the point. Really liking the tips.
You nailed it, Caleb! Great advice. Keep it up, man.
A transition could also utilize similar elements from one scene into
another. For instance we can end a scene by cutting away to an overhead
ceiling fan twirling away. We then can open the next scene by showing
something with a similar twirling motion.
Final Cut Pro X
Great episode! Really helpful! Do you think you can do an episode on
“how to hired”? Some tips would be great! Thanks!
great video, thanks
Great tips Caleb. As far as the “B” roll, if you are shooting a video, try
to find someone else’s video which you enjoyed [of approximately the same
length], and count how many different shots and angles were used and
multiply that by at least 2.5 for edits that didn’t make the cut.
8th tip: Watch dslrvideoshooter videos as often as possible Great vid
Caleb, really helpful stuff thx
Some great tips man. Thanks for sharing. Keep it up.
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