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That book will cover pretty much all we’ll do, in the areas we cover and shoot for. Otherwise it’s a matter of getting better with iMovie, DaVinci, Premiere Pro, Final Cut, whatever.....and getting better at making the shots.....having quality shots and great editing skills (transitions, sequences, titles, effects, fades, etc....) will cover all we need for what we do.

But if you want to spend $15 on what is considered a definitive resource, and goes WAY beyond what we‘ll ever need or do.....it’s nice to have as a reference and something to just browse....it’s more for making feature length films, something you’d study in film school....but there’s a lot of nuggets buried in there that can benefit even us......

The Filmmaker’s Handbook
 
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That book will cover pretty much all we’ll do, in the areas we cover and shoot for. Otherwise it’s a matter of getting better with iMovie, DaVinci, Premiere Pro, Final Cut, whatever.....and getting better at making the shots.....having quality shots and great editing skills (transitions, sequences, titles, effects, fades, etc....) will cover all we need for what we do.

But if you want to spend $15 on what is considered a definitive resource, and goes WAY beyond what we‘ll ever need or do.....it’s nice to have as a reference and something to just browse....it’s more for making feature length films, something you’d study in film school....but there’s a lot of nuggets buried in there that can benefit even us......

The Filmmaker’s Handbook
Just downloaded, haven't got into it yet but will. Thanks Fred. I do need to work on my editing, and experiment with various aspects of it. Life is a learning process, isn't it fun.
 
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That book will cover pretty much all we’ll do, in the areas we cover and shoot for. Otherwise it’s a matter of getting better with iMovie, DaVinci, Premiere Pro, Final Cut, whatever.....and getting better at making the shots.....having quality shots and great editing skills (transitions, sequences, titles, effects, fades, etc....) will cover all we need for what we do.

But if you want to spend $15 on what is considered a definitive resource, and goes WAY beyond what we‘ll ever need or do.....it’s nice to have as a reference and something to just browse....it’s more for making feature length films, something you’d study in film school....but there’s a lot of nuggets buried in there that can benefit even us......

The Filmmaker’s Handbook
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