06/11/2013 | by Nina Zietman | 2 comments
You’ve organised all your shots, chosen your perfect track and now see bits of the song that match up to certain frames perfectly. It’s a great idea to go into an edit with a plan, just like before a filming session. I like to get comfortable with my footage then listen to my chosen track a few times on my iPod while out and about, maybe even jot down some notes whilst I’m at it. It’s impossible to plan out a whole edit frame by frame, but a few keys moments like a break down or build up in the song often can look good matched up to some slo-mo while a change in tempo is a good place to change the theme on screen. In Torstein’s DC part (above), where his street riding only starts at the first chorus is definitely not an accident.