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Six layers of film editing to help you get started
There are six layers in film editing: A-roll, B-roll, narration or dialogue, music, sound effects, and color correction. Each of these layers is described at a basic level in this learning path. At each step, you get familiar with one layer and practice it on your own film. Bring your footage to class so you can learn how to edit it :)
Sina HN Yazdi
The key concepts in Camera Angles and Aspect Ratio
As film composition is rooted in photography, let's start with framing techniques in photography. Afterward, discuss the different types of shots and the importance of backgrounds in this subject. Understanding the aspect ratio will help you convey the message more clearly. In the last 3 steps, we will look at a camera angle example, review the rules of film composition, and then dive deeply into the composition.