Monday, August 23, 2010

Brilliance in editing

I've heard it said that a great deal of the brilliance of Ansel Adams was in post processing (i.e., what happened to the film negative to produce a final print) and authors often refer to the fact that editing first (and second and third...) drafts is the creative mainstay of the craft.

Take a look at this interesting clip.  Obviously, the original footage (shot in the 1970s) has been reworked to tell a... different story.

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