How to IMPROVE YOUR FILMING & SAVE TIME IN THE EDIT! | Philip Bloom
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How to improve your movie and save editing time!

With this recording exercise, you'll learn how to improve your shooting and save time editing. The competition is over, but please do it anyway !!

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Sony 35mm F1.8: http://bit.ly/sony35mmpbfx9

Laowa probe lens: http://bit.ly/laowaprobe Sony A7R IV: https://bhpho.to/2GkLRtk

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Moza Slypod: http://bit.ly/mozaslypodpb

Aputure 300 D II: http://bit.ly/300diipb

Aputure Light Dome II: http://bit.ly/300diipb

Atomos Ninja V: https://bit.ly/ninjavpb

Miller CX6 tripod head: https://bit.ly/millercx

DJI Mavic 2 Pro: http://bhpho.to/mavic2propb

Many thanks to Ruth Liptrot, Julian Wakefield, Sarah Seal and Michael White

Music from the music bed: "Sequence" Greg Thomas "From scratch" Chad Lawson "Stills" AJ Hochhalter "Chagall" Brique A Braq "Directions" Steven Gutheinz Music from the audio network: "Fjord" David Tobin, Jeff Megan, Malcolm Edmonstone "Insider" "Terry-Devine King" Nutkin & # 39; s Stash "Sam Wedgwood

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