I’ve often been asked what my opinion is on the best material to look at critically when learning about video. So I thought that I’d pose the question to all of you out there & see what you guys think? For myself, the best possible video to learn from are commercials. They are direct, tell the story in a very short amount of time and are the best example of the “shoot to edit” technique. Of course thats just my opinion, but commercials are out there to capture every type of audience. So there are many different types of ads that are done in so many different ways that it’s impossible not to find the answers to at least some of your video questions by watching them critically. What do you guys think? What has helped you learn the most about video?
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