How to IMPROVE YOUR FILMING & SAVE TIME IN THE EDIT!

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With this shooting exercise, you will learn how to improve your filming and save a time when you come to editing. The competition is over but please still do this!!

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Graded with Film Convert Nitrate. 10% off with code “bloom” at

http://bit.ly/fcnitrate Gear used: Sony PXW-FX9: http://bit.ly/sonyfx9

Sony 35mm F1.8: http://bit.ly/sony35mmpbfx9

Laowa Probe Lens: http://bit.ly/laowaprobe Sony A7R IV: https://bhpho.to/2GkLRtk

Sony A7III: http://bhpho.to/2YV8IXx52 SLR Magic Microprime T1.3: https://bit.ly/slrmagic35mmmicroprime

Moza Slypod: http://bit.ly/mozaslypodpb

Aputure 300 D II: http://bit.ly/300diipb

Aputure Light Dome II: http://bit.ly/300diipb

Atomos Ninja V: https://bit.ly/ninjavpb

Miller CX6 Tripod Head: https://bit.ly/millercx

DJI Mavic 2 Pro: http://bhpho.to/mavic2propb

Thanks to Ruth Liptrot, Julian Wakefield, Sarah Seal and Michael White

Music from Music Bed: “Sequence” Greg Thomas “From Scratch” Chad Lawson “Stills” A J Hochhalter “Chagall” Brique A Braq “Directions” Steven Gutheinz Music from Audio Network: “Fjord” David Tobin, Jeff Megan, Malcolm Edmonstone “Insider” Terry-Devine King “Nutkin’s Stash” Sam Wedgwood

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