10 Rules for Video Editing

10 Rules for Video Editing

1.  B-Roll B-roll refers to video footage that sets the scene, reveals details, or generally enhances the story. For example, at a school play, besides shooting the play, you could get b-roll of the outside of the school, the program, faces of audience members, cast members hiding in the wings, or costume details. These clips can be used to cover any cuts, or smooth trasitions from one scene to another.…

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50 Creative Facebook Covers to Inspire You

50 Creative Facebook Covers to Inspire You

Imagine you wake up one morning to a phone call where somebody informs you that you have been given a small free billboard. On this billboard you can put anything you like; showcase your latest artistic creation, throw up a link to your blog, make a bold statement, whatever your heart desires. Now, let’s step away from this hypothetical situation a little bit so that I can tell you that…

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