Coffee & Content - What it Takes To Edit Big TV Shows & Top 10 Cinematographers of All Time

Posted by Richard "RB" Botto

Good Morning, Stage 32 Family!

Hope your summer is going well! From the looks of our mid-year check in, it looks like it's going great for many of you!

We get lots of questions on editing, and, no doubt, it's one of the more interesting aspects of the business. How many times have we heard it said, "The film was saved in editing." If you believe this to be true (and even if you don't), get your coffee or tea ready as film editor Sven Pape takes us on a journey with television editor, Josh Beal in our first video, What it Takes to Edit Big TV Shows.

Next up, we share the Top 10 Cinematographers of All Time. It's not just the directors responsible for capturing the images and ideas we see on the screen. There's an entirely different artist behind the lens. Take a look at Cinefix offers their top 10 cinematographers in the video below.

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What it Takes to Edit Big TV Shows

Top 10 Cinematographers of All Time


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