Chapter 10 Shooting a Sequence

DOI: 10.4324/9780240814667-10

Powderpuff Cheers. Keep the camera rolling so you won’t miss funny moments like this one at a powderpuff football game.

(Photo by Josh Meltzer, Roanoke Times)

Videos and multimedia projects are assembled from individual shots, and those shots are collected into sequences and scenes. Then, the scenes are stitched together in the editing process to form a seamless whole. Think of writing an essay: you put words together into sentences, then string the sentences into paragraphs, and then assemble the paragraphs into sections. Once you have your sections in order and they read coherently, ...

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