The story of editing continues. Here we are week 13, and our story of PR Pubs continues.
Once upon a time in a land far far far away, lived a girl who bled crimson and cream. Her dreams of becoming a successful music festival director became increasingly stressed when she was just three weeks away from a summer vacation. The teacher’s pushed out more and more homework with higher demands of time. Fortunately, when it came to producing stories, that’s what this sooner could do.
Editing Madison’s story has shown me more challenges than I expected. I wanted to have already the project done. It’s confusing for me to work in Premier. I’ve learned all of my editing abilities in Final Cut. If you’re on the fence like me, check out this video:
I’ve always been prone to using my editing shortcuts like “B” for the blade tool and “E” to put clips on the timeline. When I’m working in Pre
I’ve always been prone to using my editing shortcuts like “B” for the blade tool and “E” to put clips on the timeline. When I’m working in Adobe Premier, all of my known shortcuts go completely out the window.
It’s a learning process, as with everything inside PR Pubs. The challenge I’m facing is telling someone else’s story in a way that accurately represents the subject. I’ve found a unique story through Madison’s interview. All that remains is taking all the information and streaming it in a way that conveys to Madison as a person.
It’s been a challenge for me to recognize that all these little pieces create a moving story.
How to you fit pieces of a story into one?
What do you think Madison’s Story is about?