There’s Always Farther to Go

I’ve been editing videos for some three or four years now. When I look back at my early efforts, I can see how far I’ve come.

Then I see something like this and am reminded of what I have left to learn.

Watch especially how Jamin Winans cut setting up and tearing down the turntables, and how that sequence gets shorter and shorter, both because he can summarize what you’ve already seen and because it serves as a joke and indicator of the main character’s emotions.

10 thoughts on “There’s Always Farther to Go

  1. *nod* Very well-done video. Not a word said, but so much communicated.

    It’s good work to aspire to and to learn from.

  2. Whoa! A must share! Thanks!
    And don’t discount your cinematic efforts… that’s how I found your blog! 🙂

  3. Ok, that confirms everything I thought about you – you are a freak! (wiping the tears from my eyes from laughing). That is great. Is it bad that I don’t get Soylent Green? Whats next?

  4. Cool, glad you liked the videos! Soylent Green is a movie set in a dystopian future where overpopulation has made people have to eat this stuff called soylent green, which turns out to be quite literally made out of people. It starred Charlton Heston.

    As for what’s next, most of that will be unveiled in August for the convention, but we’re already running stuff for Mitt Zombie.

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