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Tips on B-roll sequences

Along with interviews the other major ingredient for a documentary are observational shots and sequences, also called B-roll. Basically, shots of things happening. We're already in our Metalogging setup, but I want to take a closer look at the B-roll and an easy way to do that is going to be to go full screen with this frame using the Tilde key, and then I also want to switch over to thumbnails. So I basically see all of my B-roll just spread out in front of me, and just by mousing over, I'm able to scroll, see what these shots are all about. So here are some of the things I notice.

First of all, I love intentional shooting, I like to be able to look at a glance and be like that's a shot of, that's a shot of a box, that's a shot of BD walking, this is a shot of a truck pulling out. It may seem like the simplest thing in the world, but one of the important things to learn about shooting B-roll is to be intentional to shoot something on purpose. The second thing I'm...

Tips on B-roll sequences
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Tips on B-roll sequences provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jason Osder as part of the Documentary Editing with Premiere Pro

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