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#1 mehran fattahi

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Posted 05 November 2010 - 11:36 AM

Hi
Recently i start a project about a guy followed by a bunch of animation characters. My decision is to shot entire film bye pov shots and audience never see the actor. I feel a bit inconfidence about editing this type of shots together. In films like Cloverfield shots actually last a couple of minute and cutting from scene to scene don't feel jumpy but i actually need to cut after a couple of second for a lot of reasons. So how could i maintain a good flow between shots with this kind of shooting?
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