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Chapter 1. The Basics > Your Process

Your Process

This book is divided into several sections—on your camera, shooting, organizing, and editing—in pretty much the order you'll need to know about them. But the truth is, you can't shoot effectively unless you understand a little something about editing first. I'll do my best to explain all this in an orderly way, but be aware that though shooting and editing are distinct tasks, they're part of the same thing—wholistic video—and what you learn about each part will absolutely affect every other part.

Preparation

In Hollywood, pre-production refers to everything that must be done before the shooting starts. This process, which can take months or even years to complete, includes writing a script, casting, getting finances together, planning out the shooting schedule, and so on.


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