Editing in Film . . . or transistions

I made notes yesterday during Going My Way of as many Edit techniques I could find

Cut, fade out, fade in, cross dissolve, slide left, slide right, camera dollies behind dark wall – cut, actors walk out of room – cut or fade out, cut/fade in, camera on doorway-door closes  – fade out and actors walking through a doorway-camera cuts from outer to inner

Editing is so important to the flow of a film, continuity of a scene.  So much so that when a director is setting up a shot, one of the things he’s thinking about is how to shoot so that he will have editing options or he intends for a specific type of edit for effect.

 

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