This is the result of my Same Day Edit Video.http://www.sgphotog.com/Shonna-and-Vincent
On this day, I took both video and photo.
Regarding video editor, I use Premiere Pro.
I tried some free software and Cyberlink Editor, at first I thought they seem to be ok.
But when its time to do Premiere Pro testing - at first it looks to advance, I gave up just after looking at workspace - I say nah.. to expensive and advance,
but then I give it try one more. And I find myself able to trim, cut, and make my first practice video in no time.
As a beginner, how did I learn the editing on this video.
Frankly, I didn't practice at all, I only have one week to learn before the shoot.
I'm scared when I try to study all, it will be complicated and I just make the video fail.
All I did is these:
Double click on video file, play, choose In and Out. then drag to time line. thats all.
I still didn't add transition in between, since I still don't know how. Video looks ok, so nevermind that.
I right click begin and end of timeline and apply transition to fade it.
I shot this on 70D, every picture style parameters set to low.
I used 24FPS. Next time I will try 30FPS.
I bought a brand new EFS 10-18.. and was amazed with the build quality compared to 18-55 which I previously had. TBH, i find 18-55 like a toddler's toys, so light, so plastic. I expect 10-18 to be same. But was surprise,
EFS 10-18mm was just nice. and sharp for my taste and for the price.
Until now I still don't know how to increase contrast.. and if Its possible to crop.
I will learn that next.
I never adjust any setting in camera, also use built in mic. Quality is so so, but should be ok since
most of the time, audio is from music add on.
Its good to know how much quality of audio is improve if I use external mic.
Thanks all. If you got advise, comments are always welcome.
Sorry for my grammar, as I type fast here at work. And was just want to quick share my first professional video.