The Editor's Guide to Visual Grammar
On this week's episode of Once Upon a Timeline we're going to be discussing the essential subject of visual grammar. There's a whole bunch of rules and regulations that we must obey when cutting our sequences and knowing what they are and why they exist is a must for any pro editor.
How are many scenes structured? What are the can and can't do's in visual logic? When and how can we break the rules? These are just some of the editing questions we'll be discussing on this week's show.
What am I Watching?
Track 1: Broken Sleep
Composers: Matthias Ullrich & Raffael Gruber
Publishers: Atmosphere Music
Track 2: A Brighter Future
Composer: Laurent Dury
Publisher: Koka Media
Album: Neo Classical String Quartet
Track 3: Subsurface
Composers: Ben Nilblett & Jon Cotton
Publisher: Atmosphere Music
Album: Factual Underscores: Evolutions
Track 4: Tinsel Highway
Composer: Van Zander
Publisher: Sketch Music
Album: Movers and Shakers