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The Shut Up and Shoot Documentary Guide, 2nd Edition by Anthony Q. Artis

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“The higher the goal, the harder the climb,But after that the bigger the muscle, the smarter the mind.”

—Big Sean, “First Chain”

 

Basic Elements of Post-Production

1.  Viewing footage and taking notes

2.  Logging footage and making transcripts

3.  Paper outline and/or edit

4.  Rough cut

5.  Archival and stock footage

6.  Animation and artwork

7.  Narration

8.  Revised Cuts

9.  Music

10.  Titles

It’s All About Post

How do you know when you’re done shooting a doc? This is always ...

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