When it Comes to Video… Keep it Short

When it Comes to Video… Keep it Short

I have never met a video that wouldn’t benefit from some editing. The whole purpose of video is to compress time and distill a message to its essence.  It is important that you refine a project by continuing to strip away its unneeded parts.  Never have I heard an audience complain that a video was too short.  There is a reason to edit and it becomes increasingly clear when you actually watch people as they watch your project.  Do your best to strip a project down to its essence and only add what is needed.

 

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I'm a visual storyteller exploring the fusion of photography and video. I'm also a husband and father.

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