|Do you enjoy post-production, or do you prefer to leave that in the hands of other professionals?
Editing is fun. THis process is when the film is truly being made.
I enjoy the basics of working on Final Cut Pro myself, being able to rough-cut my own short films. I also really enjoy working with editors in the cutting room, crafting a film and its story.
I love editing my own stuff. I love all stages of production for different reasons, post is nice because you can see what you've shot and just enjoy it. The downside is that sometimes what you've shot is not that good which makes it very stressful.
I enjoy editing, film is born for second time in editing room
Contempovision Films handles both production and post-production.
I enjoy it. Its where the story comes to life (or dies) right before your eyes. It can be an incredible experience. I really hate computers though so waiting for computers to work is annoying. I learned to edit on an old table top Steenbeck where you actualy viewed and cut phisical film. Those were the days.
in the hands of other proffessionals
That is when the film begins to take shape. You can write and shoot to edit but in the end, things will change and inevitably the film may change. But what doesn't change is the feelings and reasons why you made it, just the order you had in your head may change. Unfortunately, if it was just a case of filling in the checklist, then you leave it to someone to fill in those gaps but I feel, every process is creative and you discover something new every time.
leave it to others
I was doing postproduction in several channels in Spain.But is a complex world, as a exemple in Disney Channel you can see a lot of job for making the postproduction, not only the avid....
I really love editing! Sometimes, you can make a totally different story, and it makes the experience that much more fun.
Post-Production is much more than the meat, it's how their combined. I feel, to truly control your product, you need to be as hands-on as possible. And what the audience sees, comes out of post. You need to be in tune with your editor to communicate your vision.
If I was part of post-production I think I would leave it to the professionals but I would like to have a level of supervision there if it was one of my own projects just so I could work with the artist and give them little pointers of things I'd like to see or little tweaks so that they wouldn't have to try and try again to get something that's hard to explain in words but vividly clear in my head.
I prefer post-production. I like the challenge of making things work with what you've got. The story gets played out in front of the camera, but it is in the editing where the story really gets told.
As I have gone along, I am getting more familiar with the post production. I love to learn but as of right now, I will generally work along side the pros.
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